International Partner Institutions

At UC Law SF, we value the diversity of thought, culture, and experience international students bring to our classrooms. Our international partnerships allow students and alumni from partner institutions to apply to the UC Law SF LLM program through a separate application process.


Students and alumni from partner international institutions should first contact their home institution’s law school and/or international cooperation office to learn more about the partnership and the school’s nomination process. If you do not know the best point of contact for your home institution, please contact for assistance.

Note to Former FX (International Exchange) Students: Students who have attended UC Law SF previously as FX students can complete their LL.M. degree at UC Law SF in one semester. Interested students should contact to learn more about the application process.

International Partner Institutions

Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics Law School, Beihang

Chinese University of Politics and Law Law School

Daini Tokyo Bar Association

Doshisha University Law School

East China University of Politics and Law

Freie Universität Berlin Law Department

Guangzhou University Law School

Hitotsubashi University Graduate School of Law

Huazhong University of Science and Technology Law School

Jinan University

Kobe University

Los Andes University

LUISS Guido Carli University

Masaryk University

National Chengchi University

National Taiwan University College of Law

Peking University School of Law

Peking University School of Transnational Law

Shanghai Jiaotong University KoGuan School of Law

Southeast University School of Law (Nanjing, China)

Taipei Bar Association

University of Bergen Faculty of Law

University of Bologna Department of Scienze Politiche e Sociali

University of International Business and Economics Law School

Université Paris II

University of Regensburg

University Roma Tre

Waseda University Law School

Wuhan University Law School

Yonsei University Law School