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Financing Your Education

As set forth on the Tuition and Fees page, attending law school in the United States is a significant financial investment.  At Penn Law, we use every dollar of tuition revenue to support our academic programs.

We are proud to offer a variety of Penn Law Graduate Program Scholarships, including: 

Olajumoke Oyebode, 2013 recipient of the Imasogie Scholarship for African LLM StudentOlajumoke Oyebode, 2013 recipient of the Imasogie Scholarship for African LLM Student

  • Regional Merit Scholarships
  • General Merit Scholarships
  • Human Rights Scholarships
  • Fulbright Partner Scholarships
    • Belgium
    • Ireland
    • France
  • Kübler Scholarship
  • Imasogie Scholarship
  • Thouron Scholarship (University wide)

Many of our students receive scholarships from their employers, governments, or another third party.  Other students are able to pay their expenses with their own savings or rely on family members for loans.  Still others are able to receive loans or other financial aid from their home country. 

Because our ability to award assistance is  limited, we encourage prospective students to seek Other Funding Sources as early as possible.