Peter A Allard School of Law

Application Process

Applications for exchange are made through Go Global.

If you have any questions about the application process or the partner universities, you should contact a Go Global advisor or attend a drop in session.

For questions about how an exchange will impact your law studies, or questions about Law courses or transfer credit, please reach out to Barbara Wang, Manager, Student Experience, at wang@allard.ubc.ca or Kaila Mikkelsen, Assistant Dean, Students, at mikkelsen@allard.ubc.caAppointments can also be directly booked online via Calendly.

To Apply

Begin the application process well in advance of the application deadline. To apply, you must complete the following steps:

  • Identify 3 university partners you wish to attend
  • Apply online through Go Global.
  • Pay the Go Global fee $415 through the Student Service Centre (SSC) by the appropriate deadline
  • Complete and submit all supporting documentation by the deadline. For Law students only, please note:
    • Go Global Study Plan:Law students should complete this form, however, note that Allard does not participate in the Transfer Credit Database. You do not need to identify a UBC equivalent course or what course you think the exchange course will transfer back as.We transfer bulk credit for your exchange, not individual course credit.
    • Interim Grade Form: Law students DO NOT need to complete this form as part of their application.

Key Deadlines

Type of Exchange

Location

Deadline

Term 1, Term 2, full-year and split year exchanges 

All Countries.
 

December 14, 2021 at 11:59pm

Term 2 and split year exchanges (Round 2 exchange)

The number of universities available will be limited during this round of applications.

May 5, 2022 at 11:59pm

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