King’s College and TRACE International offer a TRACE studentship in Law. Funding is available for an LLM course of study in the academic year 2017/18.
Candidates for the studentship should demonstrate an established interest in criminal law and anti-corruption efforts. The studentship fully funds students from developing countries to pursue an LLM focused on advancing commercial transparency and raising anti-bribery compliance standards. Further information about TRACE and the studentship.
It is expected the TRACE Scholar will enroll in relevant courses focused on criminal law, international law, rule of law, governance and economic development, and write his or her LLM thesis on a subject related to criminal law and anticorruption, such as international aspects.
The studentship award will cover the University composition fee and maintainance costs, and may be able to assist with application and visa expenses. In addition, the TRACE Scholar may have the opportunity to interact with TRACE member companies in the London area while studying at Cambridge.
At the conclusion of the LLM, the TRACE Scholar will be offered a fully paid internship (6 – 10 weeks) at TRACE headquarters in Annapolis, Maryland.
The TRACE studentship at King’s is funded through the TRACE Scholar Programme. The selected candidate will be expected to document his or her study for the programme, and to report on progress and achievement as an alumnus/a of the TRACE Scholar Programme.
How to apply
- Return a King's studentship application form by 7 January 2017:
- Apply to the University of Cambridge to study in the Faculty of Law. You must put King’s College as your first-choice college. See the University Graduate Admission pages and the Faculty of Law for admission information.
Graduate Studies at King's
King’s College and the University of Cambridge offer a wealth of study opportunities for the selected candidate. In addition to academic study available through the faculty, King’s offers a friendly graduate community and Grad Suite, and a central Dining Hall and Bar. For more information see the Graduate studies section and the King's Graduate Society website.
King’s also has a number of undergraduate students studying Law. Several Fellows offer College supervisions in law, while a number of other Fellows in the humanities have done work in the area of corruption and anti-bribery. For more information, visit the undergraduate law pages.
Law Studies at Cambridge
The Cambridge Law Faculty offers a world-renowned, internationally-respected LLM (Master of Law) programme. The one-year taught course offers highly-qualified and intellectually-outstanding students the opportunity to pursue their legal studies at an advanced level in a challenging and supportive environment. The programme has rich historical traditions and attracts students of the highest calibre from both common law and civil law jurisdictions.
It is intended for those wishing to pursue further legal studies after completing their first degree in law, including both recent graduates considering an academic career or intending to practise law as well as those taking a career break and seeking to broaden their intellectual horizons. The programme runs full time from October to June. See the Cambridge LLM website.
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