The figures listed below represent estimated costs for an academic year (nine months) for a single student in the LL.M. Program in American Law at Wake Forest University School of Law.
|Tuition for the 2013-14 academic year1||$38,480|
|Housing and utilities2||$10,000|
|Student health insurance3||$1,524|
|Student Health Fee4||$364|
|Books and supplies5||$800|
|Estimated cost of attendance||$54,029|
1Tuition will rise and has risen the last three years. For the past two years, increases over the prior year have been 3% and 4% respectively. Similar increases may be expected in future years.
2We recommend sharing an apartment as it can reduce costs by 1/3 to ½.
3Students who are not adequately covered by a health insurance policy will be required to purchase WFU’s Student Blue Health Insurance. The estimated range of annual premiums is from $1,524 to $3,158.
4 This new fee will be used to enhance student health services on the Reynolda campus. This fee is in addition to individual student health charges charged for services rendered.
5All law students, including LL.M. students, are required to have a laptop computer.
The expenses listed above do not include transportation to or from the home country and the United States or purchase and maintenance of a car in the U.S. Estimated costs for married law students accompanied by their families will be higher.