Athletics Scholarships for LLM students


I'm aware that NCAA (National Collegiate Athletics Association) rules are generally strict with regard to Graduate students competing for Varsity teams. I'm an athlete who competes on International level -lets just say I've been blessed with unique time management skills to combine Law and Athletics- and will like to know if any University Athletics team recruits Law students.

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I'm aware that NCAA (National Collegiate Athletics Association) rules are generally strict with regard to Graduate students competing for Varsity teams. I'm an athlete who competes on International level -lets just say I've been blessed with unique time management skills to combine Law and Athletics- and will like to know if any University Athletics team recruits Law students.

Kind regards
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Tristan
I'm aware that NCAA (National Collegiate Athletics Association) rules are generally strict with regard to Graduate students competing for Varsity teams. I'm an athlete who competes on International level -lets just say I've been blessed with unique time management skills to combine Law and Athletics- and will like to know if any University Athletics team recruits Law students.

Kind regards


I am not sure how it works with someone who has not competed in the US at the undergraduate level. I have heard of undergraduate athletes that were able to extend their existing eligibility from their undergraduate studies to complete a one year master at the same institution but I am not sure if you can get an athletic scholarship as a graduate student without having competed in the US at the undergraduate level. That is something that you should email the NCAA about. I am sure they can help you with that question.
<blockquote>I'm aware that NCAA (National Collegiate Athletics Association) rules are generally strict with regard to Graduate students competing for Varsity teams. I'm an athlete who competes on International level -lets just say I've been blessed with unique time management skills to combine Law and Athletics- and will like to know if any University Athletics team recruits Law students.

Kind regards </blockquote>

I am not sure how it works with someone who has not competed in the US at the undergraduate level. I have heard of undergraduate athletes that were able to extend their existing eligibility from their undergraduate studies to complete a one year master at the same institution but I am not sure if you can get an athletic scholarship as a graduate student without having competed in the US at the undergraduate level. That is something that you should email the NCAA about. I am sure they can help you with that question.
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