University of New Brunswick Law

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Contacts

Website:http://www.unb.ca/fredericton/law/
Phone: (506) 453-4693
Admissions e-mail: lawadmit@unb.ca
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Program Information

  • Bachelor of Laws (L.L.B)
  • Three year program
  • Number of applicants (2012): 989
  • Number of students admitted (2012): 92
  • L.L.B./M.B.A. also offered (4 year program)
  • Regional preference for those in the Atlantic region.

For more information click, here

Admission Requirements

Course and Degree Requirements

  • Applicants must complete at least three years of full-time undergraduate study at a Canadian University

For more information, click here and here under "Minimum Requirements"

GPA

  • Minimum: 2.7 (4.3 scale)
  • Average (2012): 3.8 (4.3 scale)
  • Calculation method:
    • GPA accounts for 60% of index score
    • For applicants who have completed three years of study, bottom 15% of the grades are dropped
    • For applicant who have completed four years of study, bottom 25% of the grades are dropped

For more information, click here under "Minimum Requirements"

LSAT

  • LSAT is required and accounts for 40% of index score
  • Minimum: none (though admission is unlikely if applicant is below 150)
  • Average (2012): 159
  • Highest LSAT score is used

For more information, click here under "Minimum Requirements"

Application and Supporting Documents

  • Application form online, available here
  • Application fee of 125 CAD.
  • A copy of all university transcripts
  • Personal statement (less than 1000 words)
  • Resum√©
  • Letters of recommendation are recommended, and especially useful in Supplementary review.
    • For applicants applying under the Discretionary or Aboriginal categories, two letters of recommendation are required

For more information, click here under "Application Documentation"

Timeline

  • December, 2013 - Last chance to write LSAT in order to be considered for major scholarships
  • January 31, 2014 - Deadline to apply for major scholarships
  • February, 2014 - Last chance to write LSAT
  • March 1st, 2014 - Deadline to submit application (it is recommended that you submit application in advance)

For more information, click here under "Admission at a glance"

Tuition 2013-2014

  • Tuition: 9 557 CAD
  • Total estimated budget: 22 552 CAD
  • Bursaries and scholarships are available, ranging from entrance to other.

For more information, click here under "Finances" and here

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