An LLM degree can be a valuable investment in your future. But the cost of a year-long, full-time degree program in the U.S. can be hefty. Typically, tuition fees for a US LLM program range from $30,000 – $40,000, and that’s not counting additional expenses. Room and board, books and supplies, transportation, food, and general living costs can add several thousand dollars to your budget, bringing the total cost closer to $50,000- $60,000.
Some Law Schools are sympathetic to the significant financial undertaking that an LLM degree represents, and offer full or partial scholarships to help cover tuition and possibly living expenses as well for exceptional candidates. However, not all schools offer financial aid, and those that do not highly encourage LLM applicants to find outside sources of funding.
This listing of LLM Scholarships on our sister site LLM Coach is a thorough resource to help LL.M. applicants find scholarships from various institutions, including governments, universities, banks, and private organizations to fund your study in the U.S. The LLMInfo scholarship page includes scholarships specific to students from Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Egypt, Finland, France, India, Italy, Japan, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, Thailand and other countries. The scholarship page includes the amount of the scholarship as well as eligibility requirements.