I. Regular Admission Requirements - Applicants must have completed one of the following:
1A) An undergraduate degree in an approved course of studies from an approved university; or
1B) The first three years (at least 90 credits) of an approved course of studies leading to an undergraduate degree at UBC or equivalent approved university; or
1C) The first two years of an approved course of studies leading to an undergraduate degree at UBC, or equivalent at a college or other university, and be currently enrolled in the third year of the degree program. An offer of admission will be conditional on:
II. Special Admission Categories
A) Discretionary Category - Some positions in first-year Law are available for discretionary applicants. This category enables the Admissions Committee to respond to special circumstances such as disability or special needs, financial disadvantage, membership in a historically disadvantaged group or any other factors.
Normally, applicants seeking admission in this category must have completed at least two years of undergraduate or equivalent studies.
Applicants in the discretionary category must provide a detailed biographical resume, outlining the factors and achievements -- such as involvement in community or charitable organizations -- they would like the Admissions Committee to consider in evaluating their application, with documentation where possible (eg - medical reports).
B) Indigenous Applicants - Applicants who self-identify as Canadian Aboriginal (First Nations, Métis, or Inuit) may apply in the regular category or in the Indigenous category. Indigenous applicants should contact the Associate Director of Indigenous Legal Studies as early as possible to discuss their application.
III. Admission Procedures
1. You must submit an application form by December 1 ( please confirm date). The form is available online.
2. Besides the completed application form you must submit:
3. If you have any questions related to admissions or any other part of the program, please e-mail: email@example.com.
Applicants also have to satisfy UBC's Institutional Admission Requirements.
One of the following (minimum scores):
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