LLM Scholarships in International Law of Global Security, Peace and Development

The Erasmus Mundus Master in International Law of Global Security, Peace and Development (ILGSPD) is designed to train the next-generation of lawyers and policy-makers with the ability to navigate the political context of international law, and the comprehensive knowledge needed to engage with the issues of global security, peace and development.

The world is facing unprecedented, complex and interconnected challenges.

With increasing violence due to armed conflicts, terrorism and violent extremism, deepening socio-economic fragility and inequality, massive flows of refugees, climate change, and the development of new technologies like cyber technologies and Artificial Intelligence, the contemporary world order appears to be increasingly destabilized.

It is increasingly acknowledged, including by the United Nations, European Union, states and civil societies, that such challenges to global security, peace and development cannot be addressed singularly.

Our Master is built on this acknowledgement: it provides an opportunity to study the interplay between law, politics, international relations, economics and sustainability across the fields of human rights, migration, economics and sustainability, and peace, security and conflict.

Developed in response to the growing need for graduates of excellence with leadership potential in international law and global affairs, this uniquely innovative two-year master programme benefits from the expertise of nine European partner Higher Education institutions and a global network of 27 Associate Partners, including leading universities, research centres, international institutions, NGOs and law firms from around the world.

The programme is enriched with a minimum of three international mobility periods, summer schools, legal clinic and moot courts, work placement opportunities, and an array of conferences, workshops, study trips and other networking and skills development opportunities.


Fully Funded LLM Scholarships in International
Law of Global Security, Peace and Development


For the next cohort 20 Erasmus Mundus scholarships for NON EU and 8 for EU will be available.



A full scholarship for non EU students includes:



  • The full tuition fees (9000€/year)
  • A monthly allowance for living expenses of 1000€/month
  • Installation fee: 1000€ (lump sum at arrival)
  • Travel expenses (3000€/year – lump sum)
  • A health insurance (value 500€/year)


    A full scholarship for EU students includes :



  • The full tuition fees (4000€/year)
  • A monthly allowance for living expenses of 1000€/month
  • Travel costs : 1000€/year
  • A health insurance 500€/year




    Consortium Scholarships



  • The consortium offers scholarships for EU and NON EU candidates applying for the course.

    The number (3-4/intake) and amount of scholarships will be fixed according to the fund availability.

  • It will be distributed according to the candidate CV’s quality and their motivation.
  • A full scholarship is not given.

    We prefer to give partial scholarships to several students instead of full ones to only a few.




    The Consortium scholarship may include (one or two of the following, not all):



    • Tuition fees (up to 9000€ / year, valid for 2 years).


    • Free Health insurance.


    • Travels: up to 500€.


    • Monthly allocation for living and housing (200-300€/month).




    Academic Scholarships



    Academic Scholarships are granted to excellent applicants.

    These scholarships will cover a part of tuition fees and about 500€ / month for EU students and 850€ / month for non EU students.


  • Additional scholarships are available depending on the program country and other factors.


    Apply by 25th January.

    For more information and job application details, see

  • Fully Funded LLM Scholarships in International Law of Global Security, Peace and Development

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