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Re: Looking to get into UBC law
« Reply #10 on: May 26, 2012, 04:28:12 PM »
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Re: Looking to get into UBC law
« Reply #11 on: June 07, 2012, 05:58:54 PM »
Hey Branden,

UBC offers numerous degrees that will prepare a student for Law school. Most Law schools accept students from a broad range of undergraduate programs, as long as the student has taken the appropriate pre-requisite courses and the LSAT.

To be eligible to apply in the Regular Category students must either:

1. have obtained an undergraduate degree in an approved course of studies from an approved university. Diploma or Certificate programs are ineligible. Approved courses of studies are those leading to standard university degrees;

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2. have successfully completed the first three years (minimum 90 credits) or more of an approved course of studies leading to an undergraduate degree or completed the equivalent at an approved university. A full compliment of third year level courses must be completed by the end of the Spring Semester.

Applicants completing their third year at the time of the application deadline are eligible under this second option; however, an offer of acceptance will be conditional on the maintenance of the academic average obtained in the first two years of studies. The third year of studies must be completed by the end of the Spring Semester of the year of admission. (Spring Semester runs from January to April.)

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Mary E. Minder
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