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Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceStudying Abroad · 7 months ago

Scholarship, law as an Indian?

Where can I study law in a foreign country as an Indian on a scholarship ?

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  • 7 months ago

    Where can you study law overseas? The British LLB is accepted in India although you will have a tough time getting an employment contract unless you attended a top ranked university. Safer to study Law in India.

    Your question about scholarship is somewhat ambiguous. Are you saying that you have a scholarship? If so, ask them where you can study. If you are asking whether anyone would give you a scholarship, the answer is definitely not in the UK. Cash on the barrel-head or no student visa.

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  • 7 months ago

    You can't. Nowhere would give you one, as it's a country-specific qualification.

    There is no point studying law abroad as you can't work there afterwards, and the qualification may not even be accepted to work in India once you return home.

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  • 7 months ago

    Why don't you ask your own university in India? They almost certainly know.

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  • 7 months ago

    Absolutely nowhere. First, no scholarships for law - glutted market. Second, NO way you can remain in any foreign country where you study. Student visas are temporary non-immigration visas, and you must return to your own country. The only place you might work as a lawyer is your country of citizenship, so you need to study law in your own country so you have any hope of passing your bar exams & being admitted to the bar.

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  • 7 months ago

    Nowhere. The study of law is specific to the country in which it is taught. Academic scholarships are going to be awarded to students who live in and have studied that country, and who will practice law in that country when they graduate. There are few scholarships for graduate studies, anyway.

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  • drip
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    7 months ago

    What foreign country? What scholarships?

    In the USA, chances of you getting a scholarship (or any financial aid) for law school are slim to none.

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  • .
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    7 months ago

    Not normally in the US. Because for law school and medical school, there isn't usually funding. If you were in a STEM graduate program, you could get an RA or TA position to pay for your education.

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