Graduate Tax Admissions FAQs

Program Selection

May I apply to both the LLM in Taxation and the LLM in International Taxation at the same time?

No, you may apply to only one program. However, it is possible for degree candidates to switch into the other degree program assuming all requirements are met.

Completing the Application

Is it necessary to list the university I am currently attending on my application?

Yes, it is important to include the school that you are currently attending.

Is it necessary to complete the self-reported GPA worksheet with my online application? If so, do I include my J.D. grades?

Yes, it is important that you complete the self-reported GPA worksheet. This is a requirement of the Graduate School and will delay the admission process until it is submitted. No, only include your junior and senior years of undergraduate work.

Do I need to complete the Activities and Locations section of the application?

Yes, this section is important in determining your residency status for tuition purposes.

Submitting the Application

May I mail my supporting documents prior to submitting my online application?

Yes, you may have your supporting documents sent to us prior to submitting your online application. Please use your full name on all materials.

Am I able to send transcripts electronically?

Yes. Electronic transcripts should be sent to the University of Florida Office of Admissions at gradpro@admissions.ufl.edu. Unofficial transcripts can be sent directly to our department.

Please contact the Graduate Tax Program at grad-tax@law.ufl.edu if you have application related questions that aren’t answered here.