Université de Moncton Law

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Contacts

Website: http://www.umoncton.ca/umcm-droit/
Phone: (506) 858-4560
Admissions e-mail: droit@umoncton.ca For more contact information, click here

Program Information

JD (Juris Doctor) / L.L.B

  • 3 year program
  • Language of instruction is French
  • Joint programs are offered
  • Accepts about 40 students from around the world.

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Admission Requirements

Course and Degree Requirements

  • Degree: Applicants must have completed a Bachelor's degree from a Canadian University (or equivalent) prior to entering the law program
    • Students who have one year left before completing may apply, provided that they have a GPA of at least 3.5 (4.3 scale)

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GPA

  • Minimum: 3.0 (4.3 scale)
    • Minimum of 3.5 for applicants applying with three years of study
  • GPA measured over last three years of study

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LSAT

  • LSAT is not required, but if taken, marks may be submitted to the University
  • Excellent scores will work in the applicants favour, while applicant will not be penalized for poor or mediocre scores

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Application and Supporting Documents

  • Application form from the University, available here
  • Online application with $50 CAD non-refundable fee, available here
  • Questionnaire from the Faculty of Law, available here
  • All University-level transcripts
  • Two letters of recommendation from professors

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Language Requirements

  • Applicants must show proficiency in French
  • Applicant must obtain a grade of at least C+ on the exam for the Moncton University course FRAN1913
  • In certain circumstances, applicant may be exempt from taking the exam

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Interview

  • Applicants may be asked to be interviewed by the Admissions Committee

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Timeline

  • March 31 - Deadline to submit application in order to be given priority
  • May - FRAN1913 written if required

Tuition 2013-2014

  • Tuition for Canadian students: 5 441 CAD
  • Tuition for International students: 9 971 CAD

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For information regarding financial aid and work opportunity, click here and here

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