School of Law

Sri Lanka next stop for Pro-Dean

26 August 2009 | Alex Greenwood

Pro-Dean for Learning and Teaching, Mrs Norma Martin Clement, will visit Colombo, Sri Lanka, in October to meet prospective undergraduate students.

Mrs Martin Clement will talk to prospective Sri Lankan students about courses offered at Leeds, their entry requirements, and fees and scholarships.

She will also discuss support and facilities for international students at the University of Leeds.

Organised by the British Council in Columbo, the week-long visit to Sri Lanka's largest city and commercial capital will begin on 12 October 2009.

Mrs Martin Clement expects to visit more than six different schools over the week. Anju Chopra, from the University of Leeds' Delhi-based South Asia Office, will also attend these events.

This will be Mrs Martin Clement's fourth visit to Colombo.

She says: "I particularly enjoy meeting students and talking to them about the range of courses at Leeds.

We have two students from Sri Lanka who have just completed year one of the LLB programme and I hope that they will be the trailblazers for many more in future years."

The Colombo visit will come a month after Mrs Martin Clements' trip to Nairobi and Mombassa in September where she will meet prospective Kenyan applicants to the University of Leeds School of Law.

The School of Law offers a £1500 entry scholarship to all Sri Lankan students.

Scholarships for International Students 

For more information about undergraduate scholarships for international students, please see International Undergraduate Scholarships.

For more information about our postgraduate scholarships for international students, please see Funding and Scholarships for Postgraduates.  

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