Annual - Australian Government Rio Tinto Ntrb Scholarships, Curtin University, Perth, Wa
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Annual - Australian Government Rio Tinto NTRB Scholarships
The Australian Government Rio Tinto NTRB Scholarships allows recipients to study a Master of Laws (LLM) in Mineral Law and Policy in Scotland.
20 February, 2012
16 March, 2012
Science and Engineering
Area of Interest:
All Areas of Interest
Year of Study:
Australian Permanent Resident
Permanent Humanitarian Visa
Maximum number awarded:
The two scholarships cover all the expenses involved in undertaking a one year Masters in Mining Law and Policy at the University of Dundee, Scotland (approximately A$52,000).
Information on the LLM in Mineral Law and Policy Program please visit:
For general scholarship information please contact the Aurora Project:
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