All core courses in the LLM Program will be taught on Fridays & Mondays. This includes all courses in the one-year regular LLM Program.
The Windsor Law LLM Program is happy to accept applications until March 15 for International Applicants and August 1 for Domestic Applicants.
Students are encouraged to apply early. Late applications may be considered at the discretion of the Faculty of Law. Applications are considered on a rolling basis.
All inquiries about the Windsor Law LLM Program and applications should be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to apply
Please visit the University of Windsor's Graduate Studies website.
You will be required to pay an application fee of $125.00 Cdn (non-refundable).
You will receive an email from the University of Windsor with specific instructions pertaining to uploading the required documents into the eGAS system.
Q & A
1. I'm unable to upload my documents, what should I do?
(i) Please submit your “Research Proposal” together with your “Statement of Research Interests & Autobiographical Sketch form” under one tab; and,
(ii) Please collate all transcripts into a single document and upload them to your eGAS file as one document, under the “Transcripts” tab.
How To Write a Research Proposal
The University of Edinburgh provides guidance on how to write a research proposal that you may find useful.
How to Prepare for Your Writing Sample
Your writing sample should be no more than 10 to 15 pages and maybe an excerpt of a larger document.
Download the Statement of Research Interests & Autobiographical Sketch
The Statement of Research Interests & Autobiographical Sketch Form can be downloaded here.
International applicants interested in applying for scholarships, please visit the Ask.UWindsor website which provides instructions and deadlines.
Learn more about the LLM Program.
Learn more about visas for international students at Immigration Services.
Learn more about residency requirements for Masters Programs at the University of Windsor.
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