Listed below are the official fees for attendance in the 2014-2015 LL.M. Program.
Tuition: $52,250.90 (Charged to the student in two equal installments, with the first installment due in mid-August and the remainder due in mid-December. Students may also enroll in the BruinPay Plan to pay tuition fees in monthly installments.)
Health Insurance: $3,249.10 (Charged to the student in two equal installments, with the first installment due in mid-August and the remainder due in mid-December. Students may also enroll in the BruinPay Plan to pay tuition fees in monthly installments.)
Additionally, the university estimates that a student can expect to incur living expenses of approximately $20,000 for the year. This estimate varies by student depending upon expenditures on housing, food, books, etc.
Please note: Tuition costs are identical for both international and domestic students. Due to the manner in which the program is classified by the University of California, residents of California are not eligible for discounted tuition.
LL.M. students may pursue financial aid resources to help supplement the cost of attendance.
The Withdrawal Refund Chart is a refund schedule for enrolled students who choose to withdraw from the program.
If you accept UCLA's offer of admission, the UCLA Dashew Center for International Students and Scholars will email you instructions for applying for an I-20 form online. Along with your I-20 application, you will be required to submit electronic copies of your passport, as well as financial documentation which demonstrates that you possess the necessary funds to pay for the costs of tuition and living expenses. After receiving and processing these items, the Dashew Center will issue your I-20 form, and the law school will ship it to you.
After receiving the I-20 form, you must make an appointment at the U.S. Embassy or Consulate in your country of residence in order to apply for an F-1 student visa to travel to the United States. Please make an appointment well in advance of the date you intend to travel to the United States, as some embassies and consulates take several weeks (or even months) to process visa requests.