Tuition for the 2012-2013 LL.M. Program is $54,000
. The university will assess tuition fees to your Billing and Accounts Receivable (BAR) account, which is accessible through the URSA website (http://www.ursa.ucla.edu
). Tuition fees will be assessed in two equal installments. The first installment ($27,000) will be assessed on July 24, and payment is due August 8, 2012. The $500 seat deposit you submitted earlier this year will be automatically credited toward this first tuition charge, so the amount left to be paid will be $26,500. The second and final installment of $27,000 will be assessed to your BAR account in early December, and due December 20.
Please note that if you are the recipient of a Dean’s Tuition Fellowship financial aid award, your award will be automatically credited toward your tuition charges in two equal installments in early August and early December. (For example, if you received an award in the amount of $10,000, your Fall tuition charge will be reduced by $5,000, leaving $21,500 to be paid. Your Spring tuition charge will then be reduced by $5,000 to $22,000.) You need not wait for the fellowship to be credited to your BAR account before you submit payment; rather, you may submit payment now for the amount of your tuition fees that will remain after the financial aid award is credited in early August.
Tuition fees may be paid by credit card through the URSA website, or in person by check or cash at the on-campus Student Accounting Office, which is located at 1121 Murphy Hall
, just south of the Law Building. For more information and guidance on the fee payment process, please consult the Student Financial Services website at http://www.sfs.finance.ucla.edu
."BruinPay" Installment Plan
Students now have the option to submit payment for tuition fees in four monthly installments, rather than two lump sums at the start of each semester. Click here
to learn more about the "BruinPay" installment plan. You may enroll in the plan starting August 1, 2012.Payment Via Wire Transfer
You and/or your sponsor may submit tuition payments via wire transfer. Please see below for wire transfer instructions. If you and/or your sponsor submit partial or full payment via wire transfer, please email a copy of the receipt or a confirmation which shows the date and amount of the wire transfer to Vic Telesino
, and he will work with the Student Accounting Office to ensure that the funds are credited to your account.
As noted below, when you or your sponsor submit the wire transfer, please be sure to include three items of identifying information with the transmission: (1) the department to which the funds will be credited (“Law LL.M. Program BAR Account”); (2) your full name; and (3) your nine-digit University ID Number.Wire Transfer Instructions
In order to ensure the accurate and prompt accounting for funds wired to Bank of America on your behalf, the remitting agency or person must provide the following information to the sending bank:
Bank of America – Global Client Services
Building A, 10th Floor
1655 Grant Street
Concord, CA 94520
- ABA (Wire) Routing No.: 026009593
- Bank Account Name: UC Regents
- Bank Account Number: 14996-50103
- Swift Code (for some international transfers): BOFAUS3N
In addition to the banking information, to ensure that the money is credited to your BAR account it is necessary for the remitter to provide their bank with the following addendum information:
- The UCLA Department Name to which the funds are to be credited (“Law LL.M. Program BAR Account”).
- The name of the student (Your First and Last Name) that is remitting payment.
- Identifying number (Your 9-digit University ID Number).
Please be advised that wire transfers are costly. There is a banking fee associated with this service that will be deducted from the payment amount and passed on to you. The fee varies from bank to bank and from domestic to international transfers. Therefore, an exact amount cannot be determined up front. However, the average is $25.00. Therefore, we recommend adding this amount to the funds being transferred so that your entire BAR account balance will be paid upon its receipt.