UCLA skyrockets the tuition?


CKelsey
I got the AD and it said the tuition is $62,394 (including Health Insurance and Mandatory Health Facilities Fees).
However, their official page showed that the total fee is $59,623 for 2017-2018 LL.M..(including Health Insurance and Mandatory Health Facilities Fees:$4,054).

Frankly, this is one thing I haven't expected.

Actually, I did my research on the fee for these years and it showed below:
2016-2017 $54,932
2015-2016 $53,661

Why this time raise the fee up to almost $3,000?

I understand the fee will be higher and higher each year (even there is no very convincing reason), but at least other schools indicate that on their homepage.
I got the AD and it said the tuition is $62,394 (including Health Insurance and Mandatory Health Facilities Fees).
However, their official page showed that the total fee is $59,623 for 2017-2018 LL.M..(including Health Insurance and Mandatory Health Facilities Fees:$4,054).

Frankly, this is one thing I haven't expected.

Actually, I did my research on the fee for these years and it showed below:
2016-2017 $54,932
2015-2016 $53,661

Why this time raise the fee up to almost $3,000?

I understand the fee will be higher and higher each year (even there is no very convincing reason), but at least other schools indicate that on their homepage.
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I think all of the law schools increase tuition by a small percent every year in the US. PUblic unis will do this if they are not getting state funding.
I think all of the law schools increase tuition by a small percent every year in the US. PUblic unis will do this if they are not getting state funding.
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klazo
Yes, this happens for almost all universities. And while those of us enrolling and who are forking out money to pursue the LLM will not wish to admit it, the truth is the LLM program for a lot of universities is a big cash cow.
Yes, this happens for almost all universities. And while those of us enrolling and who are forking out money to pursue the LLM will not wish to admit it, the truth is the LLM program for a lot of universities is a big cash cow.
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blink182
Yes, this happens for almost all universities. And while those of us enrolling and who are forking out money to pursue the LLM will not wish to admit it, the truth is the LLM program for a lot of universities is a big cash cow.


Very true. Always remember that you will be paying a lot of $$$ and still be a second class law student to the JDs.
[quote]Yes, this happens for almost all universities. And while those of us enrolling and who are forking out money to pursue the LLM will not wish to admit it, the truth is the LLM program for a lot of universities is a big cash cow.[/quote]

Very true. Always remember that you will be paying a lot of $$$ and still be a second class law student to the JDs.
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CKelsey
Yes, this happens for almost all universities. And while those of us enrolling and who are forking out money to pursue the LLM will not wish to admit it, the truth is the LLM program for a lot of universities is a big cash cow.


Very true, I aim for the BAR, so it is Necessary Evil.
[quote]Yes, this happens for almost all universities. And while those of us enrolling and who are forking out money to pursue the LLM will not wish to admit it, the truth is the LLM program for a lot of universities is a big cash cow.[/quote]

Very true, I aim for the BAR, so it is Necessary Evil.
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CKelsey
Yes, this happens for almost all universities. And while those of us enrolling and who are forking out money to pursue the LLM will not wish to admit it, the truth is the LLM program for a lot of universities is a big cash cow.


Very true. Always remember that you will be paying a lot of $$$ and still be a second class law student to the JDs.


Yes, I know. I can buy a house by their three year tuition.
[quote][quote]Yes, this happens for almost all universities. And while those of us enrolling and who are forking out money to pursue the LLM will not wish to admit it, the truth is the LLM program for a lot of universities is a big cash cow.[/quote]

Very true. Always remember that you will be paying a lot of $$$ and still be a second class law student to the JDs.[/quote]

Yes, I know. I can buy a house by their three year tuition.
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CKelsey
I think all of the law schools increase tuition by a small percent every year in the US. PUblic unis will do this if they are not getting state funding.

That's what I saw on their page, Facebook and everywhere;meanwhile, they offer the three years tuition guarantee of JD for California residents. The funny thing is, they don't have any explanation about such unusual high tuition of LLM this time.
[quote]I think all of the law schools increase tuition by a small percent every year in the US. PUblic unis will do this if they are not getting state funding. [/quote]
That's what I saw on their page, Facebook and everywhere;meanwhile, they offer the three years tuition guarantee of JD for California residents. The funny thing is, they don't have any explanation about such unusual high tuition of LLM this time.
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