Last updated January, 2021
Western Law is one of Canada’s leading law schools and boasts a number of professors with international reputations with a diverse and collegial atmosphere, where students study and socialize together. Their many student legal and recreational associations contribute to the rich extra-curricular student life.
Set in the heart of Southwestern Ontario, London is the region’s economic, entertainment and cultural hub. With a population of more than 383,000, London is Canada’s 11th largest city and an ideal environment to work, play and live. Affectionately known as the Forest City, London sports numerous treed areas and public parks. There is an extensive trail system that runs along the Thames River, right onto Western’s campus, for walking, running, biking or inline skating.
- Undergraduate level exchange only.
- Academic Year: September - May (Fall Term: September - December; Winter Term: January - May).
- Minimum course load: 14 credit hours credits; maximum course load: 16 credit hours per semester.
- Students will take the upper year courses at Western Law (final years of their three year program).
- Workload: 1 credit hour equals 1 hour of in class lecture. Students can expect to spend several hours per week per course doing work outside of the class time.
- Students must take a full course load at Western Law.
- Western Law courses
- Cheryl Waldrum Scholarship in Law
- Coming to Western Law on exchange
- Sessional dates
- Western Law fact sheet (PDF)
- Campus life
- Western Accommodation
- Ivey - Otago Fact Sheet
- Western - Otago Fact Sheet
- Disability services
- Information on student visas and insurance for students going on exchange
- 2019 S2 LLB CD (PDF)
For further information about Otago Global Student Exchange, please contact an Exchange Adviser.</