All applicants to the LL.M. program are considered for special recognition as one of a limited number of Deanís Scholars.
Texas Tech LL.M. Merit Scholarship:
LL.M. candidates not qualifying for the Deanís Scholar recognition will be considered for other competitive scholarships, saving candidates as much as $8,000. LL.M. candidates are eligible for a competitive $1,000 scholarship to help students qualify for resident tuition, rather than non-resident tuition. Once the scholarship is applied to the tuition amount, the final cost of the program will be approximately $29,195.
Study Abroad Competitive Scholarship (SACS):
The Study Abroad Competitive Scholarship (SACS) is a scholarship funded by a $4 International Education Fee charged to all Texas Tech students each semester. The scholarship is competitive and funding is awarded to currently-enrolled international students seeking a degree from Texas Tech University.
Award amounts vary from semester to semester, but generally range from $350-$2,000 per semester. The SACS is awarded twice a year. International students may apply more than once to receive awards. The deadline for submitting applications for the SAC Scholarship for fall semesters is generally mid to late February, while the deadline for spring semesters is generally the first week of October; BUT students should consult the SACS website for specific deadlines because there are no exceptions for late applications.
For additional information, including application requirements, visit the SACS website.
Public and Private Scholarship Opportunities:
Many public and private organizations, as well as governments may provide financial assistance to help you fund your LL.M. studies. We encourage you to explore these possibilities through your own independent research, but we have a limited number of recommendations, and we are happy to provide this list of possibilities to anyone who requests the list by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.