TU Law has scholarship opportunities for Master students. Please contact us to discuss them.
LLM in Native American and Indigenous Law are eligible to apply to the College of Law’s Utsey Family Scholarship
Admitted TU LLM law students studying energy and natural resources law are eligible to apply for scholarships from TU Law’s partners:
- Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Scholarship
- Association of International Petroleum Negotiators Scholarship
- Energy and Mineral Law Foundation Scholarships
Note – these entities usually announce awards in January and applications due in April or June of each year.
Third Party Funding Opportunities
Your current employer may be willing to fund part or all of your education. Make sure to ask!
Government & Private Scholarships
Here are some entities that offer scholarships that you might consider:
U.S. Citizens may apply for federal student loans by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov using the TU school code of 003185. Any questions regarding the application process or eligibility for the federal loans must be directed to:
Based in countries around the globe, this is an excellent place to start looking for funding options for those seeking the LLM-ALFL. It is a division of the US State Department, and almost every country in the world has an EducationUSA Center. The staff of these offices provide US-bound foreign students with information about home-country funding opportunities, as well as living expense grants and other opportunities.
For More Information On Funding Sources
- Institute for International Education (IIE) publishes “Funding for US Study: A Guide for International Students and Professionals,” among other information on scholarships and fellowships available to non-US students at its website
- The website www.llm-guide.com offers a list of potential funding sources.