We are pleased to announce that four 50% tuition awards are currently available for the academic year of 2014-2015 for exceptionally qualified students from OECD countries (includes e.g. North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan).
Full and partial scholarships may be offered to further exceptionally qualified students, who are likely to excel in their studies, add to the diversity of our student body and who are likely to make a sustained impact on rule of law initiatives in developing countries through their work. However, applicants are encouraged to actively seek financial support from external sources such as their home countries, philanthropic organizations and employers since PROLAW has limited funds for scholarships.
In order to qualify for a scholarship, applicants are required to submit with their program applications a scholarship application letter detailing their financial needs. Admission decisions are made without regard to request for financial assistance. Awards are generally made only after an applicant has been offered admission and has expressed continued, strong interest in attending the PROLAW program.
If you are a US citizen, you may qualify for the Loyola financial aid program. Please see the LUC Financial Aid Office website for further details.