Eligibility Requirements for Studying Law in Canada
Admission requirements vary widely depending on the university in Canada. Proof of strong proficiency in English is required by all universities in Canada. Students may be required to provide proof of language proficiency by writing a language proficiency test (E.g. IELTS or TOEFL).
Given below is a brief overview of the basic requirements for Law programs in Canada
For undergraduate programs, a minimum of twelve years of education (Equivalent to completion of 12th Std. in India) is required
Postgraduate Program (Master of Laws -LLM)
For graduate level programs, you should have completed a LLB degree from a recognized college or University.
Along with your degree credentials, you will also typically need to provide:
Two or more letters of recommendation/Reference Letters
Proof of proficiency in English (e.g. TOEFL/IELTS) if your first language is not English
A statement of purpose (essay), outlining your aspirations and demonstrating your suitability for the course/program of study
University/ College Admission Process
The first step in the admission process is to determine your program of study (e.g. LLM) and the universities that offer these programs. Once we work with you to decide your University/College and program of study, we will process your applications by helping you with all the required documentation and work with our partner universities / colleges to get back to you at the earliest.
Westleaf also provides guidance on registering and preparing for the IELTS English language test . Once you are accepted by the university/college, we will also provide guidance on Visa/Study permit processing. We have also tied up with many banking institutions to help you with funding your study in Canada.
Every university and college in Canada has its own fee structure. For detailed information about the fee structure/costs, contact Westleaf Overseas Consultants to help you plan your studies in Canada within your budget