In most cases the employers of our students pay for their education.
Even though none of the partner universities offer scholarships which are applicable to the Advanced LLM in Energy Law, it is possible that there are different funding opportunities. We encourage students to search through different media. For example, the embassy or cultural institute of the country you would like to study in might offer grants. Also, national databases, both online and offline, will include many specific grants which might be applicable to the Advanced LLM in Energy Law. Most private funding parties are best found in grant books which, for example, can be found at universities.
The International Bar Association Section on Energy, Environment, Natural Resources and Infrastructure Law (SEERIL), together with the Academic Advisory Group (AAG) offers a scholarship every year. The application deadline is usually in March.
For the Groningen module, an Orange Knowledge Scholarship for short courses can be applied for. This scholarship is offered by Nuffic, the Dutch Higher Education Agency. Deadlines can be found on the website of the Orange Knowledge Scholarship