International or domestic applicants who have completed any post-secondary coursework outside the U.S. (including its territories) or Canada must submit their transcripts through the LSAC Credential Assembly Service. (This service is included in the LSDAS subscription fee.) This service is not required if an applicant completed foreign work through a study abroad program, consortium, or exchange program by a U.S. or Canadian institution.
Most international students attending UC Hastings do so with an F-1 student visa, unless they are a permanent resident or hold another visa status that permits them to study full-time. In order to obtain an F-1 visa, you will first need to be admitted to the J.D. program. Once admitted, you will be contacted by the International Student Advisor to complete all relevant F-1 forms.
Please keep in mind that financial resources required to attend UC Hastings are substantial. The cost of attendance estimate for education and living for the 2013-14 academic year is approximately USD 66,000. International students must be able to show proof of funds from personal savings; family support; or other scholarships, grants or loans that will cover the cost of education and living expenses for each year of study at UC Hastings.
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