Admission and Application Information for Students From Countries other than the United States
The College of Law welcomes applications to its LLM program from students who are citizens of countries other than the United States, particularly as space and telecommunications industries are global industries. A foreign law degree is required of foreign applicants.
Please note, the Space, Cyber, and Telecommunications LL.M. program is not designed to teach foreign attorneys U.S. Law, but to allow experts in these areas to further their expertise. The University of Nebraska College of Law is launching a Master of Laws (LL.M.) program in 2014 for foreign attorneys interested in studying U.S. Law.
A TOEFL score of 100 (on the internet based test) is required by foreign applicants unless you are a citizen of Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom or some other English speaking country. Please contact us if you plan to take another English language proficiency exam for the required minimum score. Foreign applicants must use apply on-line and use the LSAC credential assembly service.