Do you already have an undergraduate degree? Or did you apply to Law School in Ontario but didn’t get in to the program of your choice? Or maybe you just finished high school and plan to study law in the future? In all of these cases, you might be eligible to pursue your goal of entering Law School as soon as this Fall.
The University of Leicester Law School still has some spaces open for Canadian Students. Their programs are extremely popular with students from Canada, in fact one third of their student body in Law is comprised of Canadians. Possible programs include the 3 year LLB which is accessible directly from high school and the 2 year Accelerated Program (JD Pathway) for students who already have an undergraduate degree. Due to the high number of Canadians the University also features a Canadian Law Society which supports students from the beginning of classes right through to their return to Canada to begin the job search. The Society also holds a regular series of networking events for Canadian Law Alumni in places like Toronto. All of the qualifications are easily transferable to working back here at home. Watch the video below to see one of Leicester Law’s former students who is now working in Canada.
If you wish to apply for a Sept 2019 start, it is important to contact Barclay Educational immediately. In addition to processing your application, you will also require a Tier 4 Student Visa which could take several weeks. Barclay Educational is a recognized agent of the University of Leicester. As such, there is no charge for our application help. The University pays our fee. For more information email Jackie at JSB@barclayedu.com