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Specific Groups => Canadian Law Students => Topic started by: nimaa on July 07, 2011, 05:35:02 PM

Title: Is it possible to get into a law school with a BCIT bachelor's degree?
Post by: nimaa on July 07, 2011, 05:35:02 PM
Hi everyone, glad to have found this forum!

I'm 2 years away from getting my BBA degree from BCIT and my marks are pretty good. My problem is obviously BCIT itself (it's not a college/university). How big of a hurdle is that? I've heard that SFU will accept BCIT grads, but what about other universities (UBC?  :P)?

Title: Re: Is it possible to get into a law school with a BCIT bachelor's degree?
Post by: Specks on July 07, 2011, 06:18:52 PM
Not sure what BCIT is, but you might want to explore LSAC.org. They are the main body that govern law school admissions materials and they'll give you a good list of what is required.
Title: Re: Is it possible to get into a law school with a BCIT bachelor's degree?
Post by: nimaa on July 07, 2011, 06:34:51 PM
Not sure what BCIT is, but you might want to explore LSAC.org. They are the main body that govern law school admissions materials and they'll give you a good list of what is required.
thanks for the site

BCIT is a technical institute (British Columbia Institute of Technology).