Dr. Nabil Elaraby LLM Endowed Fellowship
The program is designed to provide full or partial tuition for Egyptian nationals applying for or already enrolled in the LLM program at The American University in Cairo. The applicant must have an excellent academic record and be able to demonstrate financial need.
This fellowship honors Nabil Elaraby. Elaraby's long career as a diplomat, a judge, and world-renowned international lawyer is an inspiration to young Egyptian law students with the intellectual aspiration to continue their graduate legal education at the AUC. After working as a legal adviser to the Egyptian ministry of foreign affairs, Elaraby served as ambassador and permanent representative of Egypt to the United Nations in Geneva (1987 - 1991) and New York, (1991 - 1999). He then served in numerous diplomatic and judiciary functions including commissioner at the United Nations Compensation Commission (1999 - 2001); a member of the International Law Commission (1994 - 2001); judge at the Judicial Tribunal of the Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries (since 1990); judge and the International Court of Justice, The Hague (2001-2006); and member of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes. Currently, Elaraby is the secretary general of the Arab League and also chair of the board of trustees of the Cairo Regional Centre for Commercial International Arbitration. Elaraby is also an advisory member of the AUC Board of Trustees and was instrumental to the founding and continuing success of the Department of Law.
- Egyptian nationals
- Bachelor degree from an accredited university
- Meet AUC graduate admissions requirements, including submission of AUC graduate application and needed documents
- Submit an International TOEFL iBT exam score or an IELTS exam score meeting the cut-off scores for AUC graduate admissions
- Full or provisional admission to the two year LLM program with the minimum grade point average of 3.2 or very good (gayed gidan)
- Financial need
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