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Hey! So this is something that’s been confusing me for a while, and I would appreciate if someone could clarify it a bit for me.

Nottingham Uni (as well as many others, I’m sure) offer a year abroad in their LLB undergraduate degree in Canada, specifically UBC. Now, I know that UBC doesn’t offer Law as an undergraduate course, and like many other American or Canadian institutions, offers Law as a postgraduate degree.

So if one was to study a year abroad at UBC, would they be studying alongside Postgraduates? Or in other words, how would it work?

Thank you in advance!
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Hey! So this is something that’s been confusing me for a while, and I would appreciate if someone could clarify it a bit for me.

Nottingham Uni (as well as many others, I’m sure) offer a year abroad in their LLB undergraduate degree in Canada, specifically UBC. Now, I know that UBC doesn’t offer Law as an undergraduate course, and like many other American or Canadian institutions, offers Law as a postgraduate degree.

So if one was to study a year abroad at UBC, would they be studying alongside Postgraduates? Or in other words, how would it work?

Thank you in advance!
Hi Manny,

Although, I can't answer your question directly I would assume that you would be taught alongside other international undergraduate students. However, if you want to be certain you can always email your university directly or even UBC to find out more information in regards to this.
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(Original post by Manny kaur)
Hey! So this is something that’s been confusing me for a while, and I would appreciate if someone could clarify it a bit for me.

Nottingham Uni (as well as many others, I’m sure) offer a year abroad in their LLB undergraduate degree in Canada, specifically UBC. Now, I know that UBC doesn’t offer Law as an undergraduate course, and like many other American or Canadian institutions, offers Law as a postgraduate degree.

So if one was to study a year abroad at UBC, would they be studying alongside Postgraduates? Or in other words, how would it work?

Thank you in advance!
Hi Manny,

I'm at Nottingham and hopefully going to UBC in September (COVID-permitting). Law modules at are UBC largely open to all students, although some are restricted to JD only (as they are compulsory). Read this for more info. So I will study alongside postgrads who have selected the same modules and other exchange students. Hope that makes sense.
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Hi Manny,

Although, I can't answer your question directly I would assume that you would be taught alongside other international undergraduate students. However, if you want to be certain you can always email your university directly or even UBC to find out more information in regards to this.
Thank you, and will do 🙏🏼
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Hi Manny,

I'm at Nottingham and hopefully going to UBC in September (COVID-permitting). Law modules at UBC largely open to all students, although some are restricted to JD only (as they are compulsory). Read this for more info. So I will study alongside postgrads who have selected the same modules and other exchange students. Hope that makes sense.
Hi,

Thank you for the reply! Yes, that makes complete sense, and thank you for the link too!
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