Corruption damages economic development and the health of civil society, nationally and internationally.
This LLM – delivered in Qatar, with a particular focus on the problems being encountered in the Arabian Gulf region – gives you a thorough understanding of what corruption is, what causes it, and what does and doesn’t appear to work in trying to tackle it.
You gain an overview of the legislative and regulatory solutions to confront and eradicate the rapidly changing forms of corrupt practices at national and international levels.
How will I study?
You will learn through core modules and options. Over the two years of your course, you plan and work on your dissertation.
You study part time over two years for this LLM. All teaching events will normally take place between 3pm and 8pm.
Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption Centre
This course is taught by Sussex faculty at the Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption Centre (ROLACC) in Doha, Qatar. ROLACC is a not-for-profit organisation, established in 2013 by the Emir of Qatar.
The Centre aims to build knowledge and raise individual and institutional competencies that promote the rule of law and fight corruption in line with international standards.
It plans to create a permanent framework for the exchange of experiences and expertise through the establishment of strategic partnerships with offices and agencies of the United Nations – particularly the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime – as well as the most prominent studies and research centres in the world.
This course prepares you to take leading roles in supporting anti-corruption strategies in government, non-government and commerical organisations, and in a variety of domestic, regional and international anti-corruption agencies.
The HESPAL Scholarship is a joint award offered by the British Council and the University of Sussex which is centred on building capacity in Palestinian universities by providing young Palestinian academics with an English Masters course in a subject that will benefit their home institution and hence the Palestinian Territories.The University of Sussex and the British Council are committed to providing two scholarships per year. The scholarships covers: -Tuition Fees -Pre-departure briefing from the British Council -Arrival allowances -Thesis allowances -A monthly allowance to cover living expenses -Travel costs to and from the UKNB: Scholarships do not cover the cost for any accompanying family.Where awards are made in relation to a fee waiver no fee award will exceed the total fee payable.Holders of the HESPAL Scholarship are unable to hold another scholarship from the University of Sussex.Type of award Postgraduate taughtTimetable Deadline for Application: 1 January 2017End of March 2017: British Council informed of selection outcomeFurther information For further information on the scholarship and how to apply please refer to the British Council website: http://www.britishcouncil.org/ps-education-scholarships-hespal.htmContact details For further information on the scholarship and how to apply please refer to the British Council website: http://www.britishcouncil.org/ps-education-scholarships-hespal.htm
Value of Scholarship(s)
Full tuition fee waiver
Be a resident citizen of Palestinian Territories.Be currently employed by the Palestinian university which nominates her/him.Have a Bachelors or Masters degree from a Palestinian university with a minimum grade of very good (and equivalent to at least a 2.1 Bachelor's Degree from UK).Be below the age of 35 on application.Sign a written undertaking to return to Palestine within a time frame agreed, normally one year.Have IELTS certification appropriate for course and university (normally at least 6.5, sometimes higher).
USA Friends Scholarships (2017)
No. of awards TBC
Thanks to the generosity of our North American alumni and the Friends of the University of Sussex, a scholarship of an amount equivalent to $10,000 is available to nationals or permanent residents of the USA who will be studying a one year taught Master's degree course at the University of Sussex.The scholarships will be awarded on academic merit.Type of award Postgraduate mastersEligibility You will not be eligible for this scholarship if you meet any of the following exclusions: -Have applied for a course at the Institute of Development Studies except the MA Gender and Development and MSc Climate Change, Development and Policy -Have applied to study MSc Social Research Methods -Have applied to study a DPhil (1+3) course -Have applied to study a Foundation Year, Postgraduate Certificate, International Year One Diploma in Business and Management or Pre-Masters -Have applied to study Pre-Masters courses and diplomas taught at partner colleges -Have applied to study the Masters in Business Administration or Masters in Education -Have applied for a course within the Brighton and Sussex Medical School -Have applied for LLM in Corruption, Law and Governance (delivered in Qatar)Timetable By 23:59 BST 3rd April 2017: Deadline for all applications to be receivedBy 3 June 2017: Applicants notified of the outcome of their application by emailAutumn Term: Scholars receive award payment.Further information Applications will be ranked and assessed on the following criteria: -Academic merit (including grades) -Academic reference -Impact the scholarship will have on you -Ambition -Why you have chosen the University of Sussex and the contribution you will make to the communityYour referee for your application should ideally be a personal tutor or academic mentor at your current or last college or University.Contact details The Student Funding TeamStudent Life Centre Bramber House University of Sussex Falmer, Brighton BN1 9QUTel: +44 1273 872994Email: [email protected]
Value of Scholarship(s)
An amount equivalent to $10,000 maintenance award
Be a national or permanent resident of the United States of America.Have applied for and been offered a place on a full time Postgraduate Taught degree at the University of Sussex (MA, MSc, LLM, Dip Grad).Have been assessed as paying overseas fees.Remain on the programme for which the scholarship is offered.
An upper second-class (2.1) undergraduate honours degree or above in law or a relevant subject (such as economics, finance, international relations, political science, history, criminology, criminal justice or sociology) but applicants from other backgrounds may be considered. Applications for this course are not submitted via our online application system but by using a separate application form. The deadline for receipt of application is 31 July 2017. Late applications will only be considered if places are available.
Recipient: University of Sussex
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