Master’s Scholarship for European Law

Objectives :

To do a Master’s degree (LL.M.) in European Law at one of the selected German Universities.

Original Link:

https://europa-kolleg hamburg.de/fileadmin/user_upload/documents/Studiengang/AngelaMerkelScholarship.pdf

Who :

Highly qualified graduates with a first university degree (Bachelor or equivalent) who in the future want to actively contribute to the academic and economic development of their home countries.

The scholarships are offered both for young graduates without professional experience and for young professionals

Duration 1 year

Scholarship Value

• Stipend of EURO 750.00 per month

• A lump sum towards air fare from India to Germany and back

• Exemption from payment of university tuition fees

• A study and research subsidy

• Compulsory health insurance covered by DAAD

• Spouse allowance

• 2 months German Language Course in Germany – free tuition, boarding, lodging plus pocket allowance during the period of the German language course (preceding studies)

Eligibility

A 1st class Bachelor’s Degree in Law

• There should not be a gap of more than 6 years between the award of last degree and application deadline (31 October)

• In general, candidates should be residing in India at the time of application. Candidates, who have been in Germany for more than one year at the time of application, are not eligible to apply.

Application

Applications and relevant documents have to be submitted at the DAAD office in New Delhi

German Academic Exchange Service

Mrs. Anuroopa Dixit

2, Nyaya Marg Chanakyapuri

New Delhi 110 021

Tel: 91-11-41680968; 41680969 Fax: 91-11-46068192 E-Mail: dixit@daaddelhi.org

WWW: http://www.daaddelhi.org

Annex – List of Master Programmes

Europa Institut, Saarland University: Master’s Programme “European Integration” (LL.M)

Europa-Kolleg Hamburg: Master’s Programme “European Integration“ (LL.M)

Freie Universität Berlin: Master of European and international Business, competition and regulatory Law (LL.M)

(All programmes are entirely taught in English)