All LL.M.-LI applicants are considered for a scholarship and no additional application or essay is required.
Most students receive at least a partial tuition scholarship and highly qualified students may receive awards covering at least half their tuition cost. Exceptional applicants may qualify for a full tuition scholarship.
Outstanding academic performance, prior work experience, and enhancing the diversity of our LL.M.-LI class are all highly valued when considering scholarship awards.
Applicants are notified of a scholarship via email at the time they are admitted.
LL.M. & S.J.D. Students
Applicants are encouraged to seek funding and financial aid from additional sources.
The University of Wisconsin Law School has some financial aid available to LL.M. & S.J.D. students. Requests for financial aid can be made on the LL.M./S.J.D. application when applying.
Applicants will be notified if they are to receive financial aid via email, shortly after they are admitted.
Please email the Graduate Programs Office at email@example.com.
other financial Aid Resources
For information from UW-Madison International Student Services on funding and scholarships, see the ISS Funding & Scholarship Resources.
federal student aid
To apply for Federal Student Aid, you first need to see if you are eligible: FAFSA Eligibility for Non-U.S. Citizens. If eligible, you can apply for federal loans by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).