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University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)
School of Law
Los Angeles, California, USA

Tuition for the 2016-2017 LL.M. Program is $58,813. Tuition costs for the 2017-2018 program will be finalized during the summer of 2017, and can be expected to increase from the prior year's figures. Living expenses are estimated to be approximately $18,861, which varies by student depending upon expenditures on housing, food, entertainment, etc. In addition to tuition and fees, law school students should budget approximately $900 per semester for books and supplies. Tuition costs are identical for both international and domestic students. The LL.M. Program is unable to offer a tuition discount for California residents. All University fees are subject to change, and the fee amounts billed...

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Boston College
Law School
Newton, Massachusetts, USA

The estimated cost of study for a single student during the 2012-13 academic year is $61,670. This figure consists of tuition and fees of $43,270 and estimated living expenses of $18,400. It does not include the expenses of travel between the student’s home country and the Boston area. The comparable figures for the 2013-14 are likely to be higher. Applicants requiring financial assistance should investigate funding sources in their home countries well in advance.

Boston College Law School has a limited amount of scholarship funds available to LL.M. students. The financial aid application form is available on our web site, and may be submitted either with the application for admission...

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Case Western Reserve University
School of Law
Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Academic year 2011-2012:
A total of $ 55,450.00 financial funding is needed for LL.M. students for the academic year 2011-2012, which includes tuition of $42,450.00, books, health insurance and living expenses for the nine-month duration of the program. Living in Cleveland is very comfortable and inexpensive as compared to other major U.S. cities.

Merit Scholarships for the LL.M. in U.S. & Global Legal Studies
are availalble to outstanding applicants. These merit scholarships take the form of partial reduction of tuition, one-half to be credited in the fall semester and the other half in the spring semster. In awarding the scholarships, the following criteria are considered...

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Rijkuniversiteit Groningen
Faculty of Law
Groningen, Netherlands

Tuition fee
The tuition fee for the LLM programmes (running from September 2013 to September 2014) is € 10,500. For students coming from EU countries the tuition fee will be around € 1,850. If you need more than one academic year to finish your programme, you will pay a proportional part of the yearly costs. The tuition fee does not include costs of travel, living, accommodation, insurance, books and readers.

Students should transfer the tuition fee after confirming their acceptance and before their arrival and the start of the academic year. Please be aware of the fact that exchange rates can vary greatly. Since the tuition fee and the costs of living are to be paid in Euro, always...

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Heidelberg University - Heidelberg Center for Latin AmericaSantiago de Chile, Chile

Application fee: € 100 (one hundred euros)
Registration fee: € 245 (two hundred and forty five euros)
Tuition fee: € 7.500 (seven thousand five hundred euros)

Tuition fees cover stay in Germany and can be paid in full or in six installments, either in euros or their equivalent in Chilean pesos.

Institute for Law and Finance
Goethe University Frankfurt am Main
Frankfurt am Main, Germany

The tuition fee of the LL.M. Finance program is set at 18,000 Euro (full-time) and 22,000 Euro (part-time).

The tuition fee of the LL.M. Finance Europe program is set at 16,000 Euro (full-time). A scholarship of 10% (€1,600) will be offered to applications received before 28 February.

The fee covers tuition, the use of the ILF facilities, the use of the facilities at Goethe University, the conferment of the degree upon the successful completion of the program requirements, transcripts, degree certificates as well as selected extracurricular activities. It does not cover the costs of living (i.e. board and lodging), health insurance, teaching materials or computer consumables.

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University of Queensland
TC Beirne School of Law
Brisbane, Australia

Fees change each year. Please refer to the Law School website for up to date details.

University of Auckland
The Faculty of Law
Auckland, New Zealand

The 2013 LLM tuition fee for full-time study ranges from NZ$6,992 (domestic students) to NZ$28,680 (international students). The annual PhD tuition fee is NZ$6,013 for both domestic and international students. In addition to tuition fees you can expect to pay an annual fee of about NZ$72 in building levies and NZ$351 for student services. Part-time students pay a proportion of this fee.
This is a general guideline only. For accurate information regarding all fees, including how to pay, please see visit our website.

University of Waikato
Law School
Hamilton, New Zealand

Tuition fees for international students are an estimated annual tuition fee based on a typical 'Equivalent Fulltime Student' (EFTS) annual workload of papers.

Actual fees for a degree are charged on a per-paper (course) basis, so actual fees payable will vary depending on actual number of papers (courses) selected at time of enrolment.

Approximate annual tuition fees based on 120 points (full-time study) for an LLM program are NZ $23,230 (US16, 420 / EUR11,703 as of 08 February 2010)

Please note, fees for international students starting a new qualification will be held at the level for the normal length of the qualification based on continuous full-time study. This practice...

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