|2023-24 Academic Year|
|Estimated expenses for Academic Year 2023-2024 are provided below. Tuition is finalized each year in July after Board of Trustees approval. Students should expect an increase in tuition each year.|
|Other Estimated Expenses:|
|Health Insurance *||$3,336|
|Books & Supplies||$2,000|
|Other Miscellaneous Expenses **||$3,568|
|Total Estimated Costs||$85,290|
* The health insurance expense amount covers the cost for the student only. Dependents would be an additional cost. ** The miscellaneous expenses amount includes allowances for clothing, laundry, medical expenses, recreation, and personal care.
We award merit-based scholarships to outstanding LL.M. applicants. Typical awards range from $5,000 to $30,000. All applicants are considered for merit-based scholarships and no separate form is required. No special application is required, but applicants may be required to provide financial information to determine the award. Scholarship awards are based on several criteria, including: 1) academic performance, 2) professional experience, 3) financial need, and 4) other professional and personal experience (e.g., volunteer activities and initiatives demonstrating exceptional leadership skills).
Non-U.S. residents usually do not qualify for U.S. government-sponsored student financial aid. However, many privately funded scholarship sources are available to international students. Students are strongly encouraged to begin the scholarship search as soon as possible in order to meet application deadlines.
Here's a list of our current scholarship opportunities:
Penn State Law also partners with Postgrad Solutions which offers LL.M. need-based scholarships. You can find more information here. Postgrad Solutions is offering two Global LL.M. Study Bursaries and two U.S. LL.M. Study Bursaries. They are open to international students and aim to help students fund their chosen master of laws program.
COLFUTURO Scholarship Program oriented to students from Columbia