University of Victoria
University of Victoria is an exchange destination for bachelor students of Utrecht University School of Law
Semester I (Fall term): September up to and including December (recommended due to housing options and offered courses)
Semester II (Spring term): January up to and including April
Each term consists of 13 weeks of classes followed by a formal examination period of approximately two weeks during which there are no classes.
At the beginning of the semester there is a orientation program.
Language requirements: No specific requirements (yet)
Important! Health Insurance:
|Areas of study open for exchange students|
Law - Exchange students are eligible to take a maximum of one non-law course, with permission from your home institution and the UVic Associate Dean of Law.
|Courses at Master level|
On the Incoming exchange applicants page you will find additional information for incoming exchange students and the application form to be used only for incoming law students applying for an exchange term at UVic Law.
To select courses please refer to faculty calendars, lists of course offerings, registration restrictions, exam schedules, and Preliminary Course Information Summaries (PCIS). Note that UVic will do it's best to accommodate your course selection, however, some courses will fill quickly and some courses have pre-requisites which may limit accessibility to exchange students.
Exchange students are eligible to take a maximum of one non-law course, with permission from your home institution and the UVic Associate Dean of Law.
You can find information on this university’s credits in the credit conversion table
Number of places available: 4 students in total, for semester or full year each
Course information: Recommended to do 3 to 4 courses since level is high. More information
Visa: You will receive more information once you are accepted.
Homestay Program: Living with a family in Victoria is a great option for students who want to live off campus, but who aren't quite ready to set up a home of their own. The UVic Homestay Program brings international students and Canadian families together to share cultures and develop long-lasting friendships.
This is required to study at UVic.
Do you have any questions about this partner university or would you like to know more?
Contact the International Exchange Office of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance.
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