Applicants are advised that meeting the basic eligibility criteria does not guarantee admission to the program. are admitted on the basis of the quality of their complete application file.
OR Have obtained a minimum of 2 years full time university degree in French or English from a North American University. You will be assigned a supervisor by the Admissions Committee if you are admitted.
(The language condition will be removed only once your application is under evaluation). If no supervisor is indicated on the offer of admission, the name will be communicated, by email, during you first year of registration in the program.
This is an opportunity to provide an overview of your academic interests and ambitions, and to highlight why you would be a good candidate for the program.
Comment on your relevant experiences (student exchange, work as a research assistant, law clerkship or other) and explain any “anomaly” in your academic itinerary (e.g.
International applicants are advised to apply well in advance of departmental deadlines as immigration procedures can be very lengthy.
Please note that all required supporting documents must be submitted in order in order for your application to be evaluated Tuition Fees Estimate the cost of university studies Admission equivalencies (Equivalencies needed to undertake a master's or doctorate at the University of Ottawa) Scholarships and Financial Support from the Office of the Vice-Provost for Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Scholarships and Financial Support from the Faculty of Law Resources for International Students Housing No pre-evaluation service is available, you must submit an application with the necessary documents for an evaluation to be carried out.
Our graduate students benefit from a variety of choices and opportunities thanks to the collaboration of both sections and their faculty members.
Students have the choice to pursue their studies in French, English, or a combination of both languages.
Unnecessary documents will not be consulted, retained, or returned to applicants. Check your emails regularly as the University of Ottawa will send you regular messages regarding the status of your application and if additional information is needed.
These documents will be destroyed according to our administrative procedures. The committee reserves the right to ask you to provide a copy of an article or a copy of a work that you have written.