Director, International Admission
Phone: (812) 856-7217
E-mail: lgradadm [at] indiana [dot] edu
We recognize the financial burden that completing a US law program can create. Because of our low tuition rates and the very affordable cost of living in our wonderful city of Bloomington,
at Indiana Law you get a top-tier law program without the top-tier cost.
Using our more than 100 year old LLM program and the top 35 US law schools as the example, it is very clear that we not only offer a degree that will be globally recognized and respected by employers and other universities, but we do so at the lowest cost:
|LLM||MCL||SJD||PhD in Law & Social Science|
|Tuition and Mandatory Fees||$39,679
($1,593 per credit)
|Room and Board*||$12,177||$12,177||$12,177||$12,177|
|Total for 12 months**||$55,040||$48,668||$64,598 ***||$33,692***|
Fees are subject to change. The Office of the Bursar maintains the current fee schedule.
* Off-campus shared apartment.
** Students must provide evidence that this amount is available to meet expenses.
*** Estimate covers first year of program only and is based on enrollment in 30 credit hours over two semesters.
Financial documentation is only required of admitted international applicants, and is not a factor in admissions decisions. U.S. immigration regulations require applicants to demonstrate that they will have sufficient funds to cover expenses for a 12-month period. Proof of funds usually includes bank statements or scholarship letters. Funds should be liquid. All documents should be current; documents older than one year from the time of the student’s intended enrollment cannot be accepted. To avoid delays in receiving the supporting documents for your visa (I-20 or DS-2019), we recommend that you submit the financial documentation immediately after you are admitted.
All applicants are automatically considered for fellowships and scholarships; past scholarships have ranged from $1,000 to 30% of tuition. Funds from third-party sources are also available. The following third-party sources have supported Indiana Law graduate students in the past:
Other helpful sources of information are:
The Institute for International Education (IIE) Web site is a clearinghouse for information on a large number of scholarships and fellowships available to non-U.S. students.