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  • Locations: Montreal, Canada
  • Program Terms: Winter School
  • Please read the Program Description for how to apply.
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Click here for a definition of this term Program Type: Exchange short-term Academic Level: Undergraduate
Study Tours: Governing Faculty: Faculty of the Professions (Law)
Program Description:
Applications have closed for this program. The details listed below are for information only and may be subject to change in 2020. Applications for the June/July 2020 intake of this program are expected to open in March 2020. 

For the fourteenth consecutive year, the Faculty of Law at the Université de Montréal is proud to offer a summer school that will give law students from around the world the chance to live a one-of-a-kind international experience. In addition to courses introducing you to Canadian law, you will be exposed to lectures designed to stimulate your curiosity about international law and to subjects reflecting the major current legal and political issues. Montreal is the ideal place to learn more about the two great legal traditions—civil and common law—and the Faculty of Law at our university is a world-leading expert in this subject matter.
Montreal has been ranking in the Top 10 student cities since 2015, 4th in 2018 (QS Best Student Cities)! While studying in English in a French university, come discover a vibrant city combining Aboriginal, French, and English history with a resolutely contemporary openness to international issues.

Please note that students will be travelling independently to Montreal. This is a regarded as a short-term exchange, rather than a study tour led by University of Adelaide staff.

For more information about this program, please visit the University of Montreal website.


This program runs from Monday 7 July to Friday 26 July, 2019

Applications and Deadlines
  1. Students must submit their initial application to Study Overseas by clicking 'Apply Now' by May 12, 2019
  2. Applications will undergo a selection process by the student’s Faculty.
  3. Study Overseas will nominate selected students to the University of Montreal after they have received formal approval from their Faculty.
  4. After being nominated by Study Overseas, students will be required to complete a subsequent application to the University of Montreal.

    Students are not advised to book flights until Faculty approval has been confirmed and formal acceptance from the University of Montreal has been received.

Program Costs and Finances

The program fee for the University of Montreal International Summer School is $2,900 CAD. This program fee includes lodging on at nearby student residence, trips and outings, breakfasts and lunches and closing banquet.

Students will enroll in the appropriate exchange course at the University of Adelaide as advised by their Faculty. Tuition fees will be waived at The University of Montreal for nominated students. Students will need to cover airfares and general living expenses.

Financial Assistance

The program fee for the University of Montreal International Summer School is $2,900 Canadian Dollars to be paid directly to the University of Montreal once advised.

This program fee includes accommodation on at nearby student residence, trips and outings, some meals and closing banquet. For more information on what this includes please see their Summer School website.

Students will need to cover airfares and general living expenses whilst participating in this exchange program.
Students will if selected be instructed to enrol in EXCHANGE 1001LAW Exchange Studies - Law 3 units. The cost of this enrolment can be found via the Course Planner.

As this is an exchange program, students will not need to pay a second lot of tuition fees to the University of Montreal.

Credit and Enrolment

Students will enrol in EXCHANGE 1001LAW Exchange Studies - Law 3 units.

Bachelor of Laws students must complete 24 credits towards their Law Degree before departure.

Successful completion of this Exchange program will award students 3 units of Law Electives.

Pre Departure Session

Study Overseas will be running a Pre-Departure session for this program on June 13, 2019. Further information about this session will be emailed to students after acceptance onto the program.

Further information

For more information about The University of Montreal, please visit their website.

For more information about applications and related processes, please contact Study Overseas.


Please read the Program Description for how to apply.