Tuition and fees for the program in 2012-13 is $39,865. Housing, food, and miscellaneous expenses are likely to cost approximately an additional $15,000 for the ten months of the program.
Students will be expected to find (and pay for) their own housing in Bloomington and Oxford. Maurer School of Law and Oxford Internet Institute will provide students with information about available on- and off-campus housing options. Students will also have the opportunity to participate in orientation programs for graduate students at Indiana Law and the Oxford Internet Institute.
Admission to the program is highly competitive. At a minimum, successful applicants must meet the following requirements. Applicants must have:
Applications are processed through the LLM Credential Assembly Service, which simplifies and standardizes the application process for eligible graduates of universities or law schools who wish to obtain an LLM degree from a participating US or Canadian law school. This service allows the processing of official academic documents and letters of recommendation just once for submission to all participating graduate programs in law. To apply to this program, select "Special Program IU/Oxford" as your intended program of study. For more information, or to register for an LLM Credential Assembly Service account, visit www.lsac.org.
Applications may be submitted as early as October 1 and must be received by March 1 for admission to the program the following August. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
Candidates who fulfill the specified admission requirements to the program will receive a certificate of eligibility for a student visa. It is the responsibility of the candidate to secure any and all passport and/or visas and to meet all related requirements and costs of compliance in order to study in the United States and in the United Kingdom. While each institution may provide advice and support to candidates throughout their study in the Program, neither school can guarantee visa issuance or other compliance.
For additional information about the IU-Oxford Joint Program in Information Law and Policy, please e-mail email@example.com or contact:Allison Foust