Loyola University Chicago’s Rule of Law for Development program (PROLAW) will prepare you for jobs in the U.S. and abroad in the growing rule of law and development field, connecting you to an engaged network of rule of law practitioner faculty and graduates from 60+ countries. This unique hybrid program can be completed over one or two academic years, and is composed of innovative online study using state-of-the-art technology combined with one term at Loyola’s Rome Center campus in Italy. The scholarship will allow for a 50% tuition award, and the Fellows will undertake an internship at a Loyola partner organization at the end of the program. Learn more about the program at the link below.
In order to be considered for the Coverdell Fellowship, applicants will need to submit their official Peace Corps Description of Service along with their application for admission. The Coverdell Fellows will be selected based on the relevance of their professional experience as Peace Corps Volunteers; their documented interest in pursuing a career in rule of law and development; and their academic records.
50% Tuition Award
You must be studying in one of the following countries:
You must be from one of the following countries:
Number of Awards
You must be studying one of the following:
Law & Legal Studies
Loyola University Chicago School of Law
The fellowship will allow for a 50% tuition award, and the Fellows will undertake an internship at a Loyola partner organization at the end of the program.
Website link: https://www.internationalscholarships.com/scholarships/3660/Paul_D._Coverdell_Fellowship
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