The EMLE program is dedicated to introducing and strengthening education in Law and Economics in countries and regions where it is not yet wide-known. Therefore, EMLE annually provides full tuition fee waivers for up to two applicants who are affiliated to a higher education institution and who, upon graduation from the EMLE, will incorporate Law and Economics in their teaching and research. Interested applicants should provide, next to their regular EMLE application, a short project plan regarding how to implement Law and Economics in their work. In addition, they must provide a letter of endorsement from their institution, showing its interest in developing or strengthening Law and Economics in their curriculum/course catalogue.
Therefore, the EMLE program invites applicants especially from countries, regions, or academic institutions in which the subject of the economic analysis of law is not strongly developed or not strongly incorporated into the course catalogue of (their home) academic institutions. Applicants who would like to apply for this scholarship should address their intention within their motivation letter and send an email to email@example.com for further information. We will especially focus on countries outside the 49 member countries of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA, see link) or those countries that were so far underrepresented in the Erasmus+ program (either as scholarship holders or consortium partners in EMJM(D) programs, see overview in this publication of the EACEA).