The Peter A. Allard School of Law has created a number of dedicated funding opportunities for students enrolled in course-based graduate programs. Please note that aside from these dedicated funding opportunities, students in the course-based programs are not eligible for general UBC or Allard School of Law awards, scholarships or bursaries; however, they may look and apply for external funding sources.
Domestic students on domestic student loans are eligible for a Master of Laws (Common Law) Bursary, which is assessed according to financial need. Please find more information including application, eligibility requirements and the assessment process about the UBC Bursary at the link.
The Allard School of Law offers one or more awards of up to $7,500 to graduate students enrolled full-time in the LL.M. in Taxation Program. Taking into account previous academic, professional and personal achievements, the award recognizes promising candidates with demonstrated potential to succeed in the LL.M. in Taxation Program. No application is necessary; all graduate students enrolled full-time in the LL.M. in Taxation Program are automatically considered. The award is made on the recommendation of the school, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
The Law Foundation of British Columbia is providing Graduate Fellowships (up to 6 awards of $15,000 each) to incoming and continuing graduate students. LLM in Taxation students at UBC are eligible, and must apply directly to the Law Foundation.
External Funding & Awards
Students who have questions about needs-based funding, including student loans, should refer to UBC's Student Financial Assistance and Awards Office.
The Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies’ Funding Databases provides a good starting point for researching external funding opportunities.