The cost of an LLM Program in US is high. It is not just the tuition fees which increases every year, the cost of living is also rising, especially if you plan on living in a big city. Foreign students should weigh their options carefully while considering LL.M schools and funding. Consider its location, financial capabilities and restrictions, if any. Bear in mind that scholarships and grants for LL.M. in US are not common, although they do exist. Generally speaking, limited grant money is available directly from law schools for LL.M. programs, but merit based scholarships are available. Most law schools in US advise international students to seek financial aid funds from additional sources in their home countries, and to also contact the U.S. Embassy or Consulate for inquiring about sponsoring organizations and agencies.