The David Carey Miller Scholarship is now available for 2018/19 entry, with a closing date of 30 June 2018.
A scholarship in memory of one of the founding fathers of a law summer school that has attracted hundreds of US students and faculty to Scotland, has been announced by the University of Aberdeen.
The David Carey Miller Scholarship will allow a student to take up a place on a one-year taught LLM masters degree at King’s College, Aberdeen.
Carey Miller was an internationally respected professor of property law, who taught at Aberdeen for over 45 years, and who died in 2016, aged 74. A former head of the Aberdeen School of Law, Carey Miller served as the director of the annual Aberdeen Summer Program in cooperation with the University of Baltimore and the University of Maryland Francis Carey King School of Law.
The award will fund academic fees, travel and accommodation for the successful student. Open to students from across the US, the scholarship will be awarded in time for the 2018/19 academic year.
Find out more about the scholarship and how to apply here
New York-based University of Aberdeen Foundation has provided a leadership gift to launch the scholarship fund.
Learn more how to donate online, by phone or post, here and select David Carey Miller Scholarship.