The University of Miami School of Law and Young ICCA award one full-tuition scholarship ($51,280) to an outstanding Young ICCA member to attend the International Arbitration LL.M. Program.
The scholarship winner is chosen on the basis of an essay competition and an assessment of skills and academic achievements. To be considered for this scholarship, applicants must submit a written essay of no less than 2,000 words. Essays should address recent developments in the area of international arbitration in the applicant’s home jurisdiction, such as:
- Passage or entry into force of a new arbitration law;
- Establishment of a specialized court for matters related to arbitration;
- Recent court case on enforcement of or challenge to arbitral awards, interim measures, etc.;
- Recent, prominent arbitral award rendered (if available); or
- Other recent developments in the area of international arbitration, such as opening of a new arbitral institution.
Absent such recent developments in the applicant’s home jurisdiction, applicants may detail their passion for the study and practice of international arbitration in their written essay.
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Scholarship Application Process and Deadline
Applicants must submit their written essay via email to International Arbitration LL.M. Program Coordinator Arlene Buchanan at email@example.com, and should include “Young ICCA Scholarship” in the subject line of their email. Only applicants who submitted a complete online application for admission to the International Arbitration LL.M. Program, with the required $50 program application fee, by the February 15 deadline will be considered for the Young ICCA Scholarship.
Applications for admission and other scholarships will be considered on a rolling basis, with a priority deadline of February 15. Interested students are encouraged to apply even after the priority deadline of February 15. Applications for admission are accepted up until the beginning of the program studies in August and January, and scholarships may still be available at a later time (other than the Young ICCA Scholarship).