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Student Finances

UConn Law offers excellent LLM programs at an affordable cost. The per-credit tuition rate is among the lowest for any LLM program in the country. As a result, students gain an excellent education and high return on their investment in the future.

For the 2020-21 Academic Year the per credit rate is $1,326 for the Insurance Law LLM and $1,215 for U.S. Legal Studies LLM, Human Rights & Social Justice LLM, and the Energy & Environmental LLM.

There are also two types of merit scholarships available for students upon application: (1) a Dean's Scholarship for students in any program and (2) the Anthony Smits Scholarship for students in U.S. Legal Studies. Students may also apply for Academic Merit Scholarships after completing one semester.

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The Student Administration System

The Student Administration System is a collection of interactive course and enrollment information and tools, which students will use starting with the admissions stage and continuing through graduation. A main feature of the system is the online registration tool, which enables students and their advisors to plan and enroll in classes.

Access the Student Admin page

Career Planning for LLM Students

The UConn School of Law has a dedicated LLM career counselor to work with students on a range of employment topics. The career counselor supports students as they consider a multitude of career goals and explore options after graduation.

Students can take advantage of the following:

  • one-on-one consultations to help develop resumes and other career-related materials,
  • informational sessions regarding the job search process in the United States,
  • support finding work-based academic placements,
  • interview preparation,
  • career fairs,
  • access to the Symplicity job search database.

We offer group workshops, alumni panel discussions, and other events designed to help students develop and strengthen their professional identities, create opportunities for networking, and get tips on the best job search strategies from experts in their fields.

Whether students are at the beginning of their careers and need help preparing for their first jobs or internships, or are seasoned professionals who need assistance in thinking through their next career moves, LLM students get individual attention. We can help students identify their unique skills and understand their challenges while advising them on navigating a career path in the private sector, nonprofit, government or judicial system.

Contact the LLM Career Counselor | christine.pallotti@uconn.edu

The Student Administration System

The Student Administration System is a collection of interactive course and enrollment information and tools, which students will use starting with the admissions stage and continuing through graduation. A main feature of the system is the online registration tool, which enables students and their advisors to plan and enroll in classes.

Access the Student Admin page

Career Planning for LLM

The UConn School of Law has a dedicated LLM career counselor to work with students on a range of employment topics. The career counselor supports students as they consider a multitude of career goals and explore options after graduation.

Students can take advantage of the following:

  • One-on-one consultations to help students develop their resume and other career-related materials
  • Informational sessions regarding the job search process in the United States
  • Support finding work-based academic placements
  • Interview preparation
  • Career fairs
  • Access to the job search database “Simplicity”

We offer group workshops, alumni panel discussions, and other events designed to help students develop and strengthen their professional identity, create opportunities for networking, and get tips on the best job search strategies from experts in their fields.

Whether students are at the beginning of their career and need help preparing for their first job or internship, or a seasoned professional that needs assistance in thinking through their next career move, LLM students get individual attention. We can help students identify their unique skills, understand their challenges and give advice on navigating a career path in the private sector, nonprofit, government or judicial system.

UConn School of Law Center for Career Development

International Student & Scholar Services

International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS) supports the greater internationalization of the University of Connecticut through the development and delivery of services and programs that help our international students, scholars, faculty and staff accomplish their academic and professional goals at UConn.

ISSS at UConn School of Law serves the advising needs of international law students and scholars on F and J visas.

Learn more about ISSS

Bar Exam Checklist

Many UConn Law LLM graduates sit for a bar examination soon after completing the degree. LLM students interested in practice in the United States should note that bar examination admission requirements vary from state to state. Students are strongly advised to review carefully the Foreign Legal Education section on the bar examining board website for each state where they plan to take the exam.