Scholarships for LL.M. students are awarded by each LL.M. program based on information contained in the admissions file. An additional application is only required for the Frederic G. Corneel Scholarship as indicated below.
Students with questions about their individual scholarship eligibility should contact their program office directly.
Each year Boston University School of Law acknowledges a small number of LL.M. applicants who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement through the LL.M. Scholars Program. Acknowledgement includes a generous scholarship award and designation as an LL.M. Scholar. All applicants for admission are automatically considered for this merit scholarship; no separate application is required.
Frederic G. Corneel Scholarship
In 2002, a scholarship fund was established in honor of Frederic G. Corneel, a distinguished lawyer from the firm of Sullivan & Worcester, who had been an instructor in the Graduate Tax Program for over 20 years. Mr. Corneel was widely respected as a superb scholar, teacher, practitioner, and as a leader in the field of legal ethics. The income from this fund provides partial scholarship awards, based on merit and financial need, to one or more full-time students enrolled in the Graduate Tax Program.
To apply for this scholarship, a prospective student planning on entering in the fall semester must complete and submit the following forms to the Graduate Tax Program no later than May 15.
- The Frederic G. Corneel Scholarship application - available online http://www.bu.edu/law/prospective/financial_aid/scholarships/llm/corneel_scholarship/ or by contacting the Graduate Tax Program Office
- FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
Part-Time StudentsPart-time LL.M. students may be considered for scholarship aid from BU Law; however, many other financial aid resources, such as federal loans, are only available to students who are enrolled at least half-time (6 credits or more). Students who will be enrolled less than half-time (one or two courses) have several private loan options. Please contact the Law Financial Aid Office if you need help finding these lenders.