Assistance for International Students
International students may be considered for scholarship assistance at the time of admission to Vermont Law School. Please contact the Admissions Office at 802-831-1235 for further information. Because most other financial aid programs for education are restricted to U.S. citizens, there are limited resources for international students. We have outlined some ideas below that may help you to locate the necessary funding to study at Vermont Law School:
- Contact your local bank to ask about loans for study in the U.S. They may have more information for you to follow up on.
- Visit eduPASS, a weblink associated with FinAid.org. The site has a wealth of advice and potential resources for students who are not U.S. citizens.
Environmental Law Center International Scholarship
The ELC International Scholarship is awarded to one or more international LLM candidates each year. The purpose of this scholarship is to provide international students who are not eligible for financial aid in the United States the opportunity to study environmental law at Vermont Law School.
Application Process-Applicants for the ELC International Scholarship must submit a letter describing their qualifications, experience, and need. This letter is due along with the completed application to the LLM degree program on March 1st. Applicants will be notified in early April whether they have been awarded the fellowship and the amount of the award.