Graduate Entry Law (2 Year LLB) - 16 April 2020

UK University Open Days and Events

Meet representatives from UK universities at the SI-UK Toronto office.

Graduate Entry Law (2 Year LLB)

16 April 2020
14:00 - 15:00
Webinar

You are invited to join a webinar presentation by Vicki Fox, Director of SI-UK North America, on Thursday, April 16th from 2-3pm ET. 

The webinar will prepare students for applying to a UK law school and discuss schools in the UK that offer the programme. With over 100 universities in the UK that offer Law, SI-UK will walk you through how to choose the best law school for you. There will also be a Q&A at the end of the seminar to ask any questions you may have. Students will need a high school diploma of at least 70% or a GPA from university of 2.5 minimum.  

To confirm your place at the free webinar, please register using the button below – and we will then send you the meeting link.

Why study Law in the UK?

Every year hundreds of Canadian students choose to study law in the UK. Study in UK has over 15 years experience helping international students apply to UK Law Schools and is kept up to date on the latest updates, scholarships and rankings.

Students continue to choose the UK as a study destination for the following reasons:

  • No LSAT
  • Direct entry from High School
  • Tuition fees from $17,000
  • Qualify in 2 or 3 years
  • Globally recognized degree
  • Scholarships for Canadian students

Our consultants will be available to provide guidance on starting your application. Apply using our free service or we can guarantee you an offer with our premium service! Applications are still open for UK law schools this September 2020!

We look forward to seeing you at the webinar!

SI-UK's service is fast, reliable and efficient. My consultant improved my chances of getting into a top university.
Carla Termini
International Business Economics at City University

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