Full tuition scholarship for a non EU-citizen

The SAA has donated a full tuition scholarship for a non EU/EEA law student to participate in the globally recognized ICAL master in international arbitration.

The International Commercial Arbitration Law program seeks to bring together a diverse group of accomplished students that are highly motivated to join the international arbitration community. Students from over 70 different countries from a range of different backgrounds have participated in the globally recognized master program.

Preparation for an international career

For more than ten years the ICAL program has been preparing students to launch their professional lives. Alumnae from the program work all over the world in a broad range of legal fields, serving as counsel in leading law firms and arbitral institutions, as government advisors, as researchers and Ph.D. candidates, as lecturers and professors, as secretaries to arbitral tribunals and as in-house counsel.

The program is highly competitive and receives hundreds of applicants each year for the approximately twenty-five places.

Applications to the ICAL program and the scholarship may be submitted from March 2 to April 15, 2015.

More information about the application process

SAA scholarship application form

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The Swedish Arbitration Association (SAA) is a non for profit organization that promotes the study and practice of arbitration in Sweden. Through its range of activities and its extensive international network it provides a platform for expanding and exchanging knowledge for improving arbitration practice and enhancing Sweden as an international leader in the field.

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