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Residency Fellowship in Human Rights and Justice at School of Law in USA – 2019

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Application for the Residency Fellowship in Human Rights and Justice at University of Texas School of Law in USA – 2019 Entry is now open for International students in USA.

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The fellowship is basically for those applicants who are indulged in any research program. This program is crafted for the researchers who have need of financial benefits for accomplishing their research program. International students are welcomed for this fellowship.

The Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice was founded in 2004. Its central goal is to fill in as a point of convergence for basic, interdisciplinary examination and routine with regards to human rights and social equity.

Besides the stipend in the range of $47,500-55,000/year, this fellowship will include health insurance and other benefits, full use of UT facilities, and office space at the Law School.

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The Scholarships are one of the most prestigious scholarships in the world. The aim of the program is to create a global network of future leaders committed to improving the lives of others.

RESIDENCY FELLOWSHIP ELIGIBILITY

Scholars are selected on the following criteria:

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  • Candidates from all the nations are allowed to submit their applications for this grant.
  • Applicants ought to have graduate training, research understanding, and verbal communication abilities and an aptitude for critical analysis of human rights issues and legal practice, particularly from a global perspective.
  • Candidates who have a Ph.D., JD, or equal law degree by the begin date will be preferred for this grant.

RESIDENCY FELLOWSHIP APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

The candidates have to take admission in a Ph.D. program in the USA region. To apply for the fellowship, applicants must submit all required materials (in PDF format) to Ariel Travis, Rapoport Center Assistant Director, at [email protected]. All applications must include:

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  • A cover letter, CV, graduate transcripts (unofficial and scanned are acceptable), personal statement about relevant research and practical experience (no more than 500 words), writing sample (no more than 7000 words), and three letters of recommendation, including at least one academic reference.
  • Submitted applications will be considered on a rolling basis, starting from December 3.

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