Hey everyone!

I am in the process of applying for the LLM in international tax at University of Florida. From what I've read across various forums, it has been consistently rated among the top 3-4 programs for international tax in the US.

As I am an international student and non-US resident, I am curious to hear about the program from current or former students of the program.

I have about 1 year of experience working in international tax law issues back in my home country, specifically in the research field. And I am really curious to know what opportunities are there either in the US in the fields of international tax, transfer pricing and the likes for international students after completing the program. Is it very difficult to find a job in post covid times?

Would it be possible to take the bar? Like how NYU tax llm allows you to take the NY bar after the program?

Anyone knows how much money of the tution fee the Research Assistantship covers? As for international students the tution fee is around 41000USD.

It would be immensely helpful if someone could present a detailed picture of the ground scenario and how the program caters to international students.

Looking forward to hearing from you all. Thanks!