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University of Laval, Quebec, Canada

Available places: 4 Bachelor in Law and 3 Master in Law

Level: Bachelor and Master

Study field: law

Characteristics: As the first French-language university in the Americas, open to the world and committed to the highest standards, Université Laval contributes to the advancement of society:

  • by training skilled, responsible individuals who promote change;
  • by advancing and sharing knowledge in a high-energy research and development environment.

The Faculty of Law at the Université Laval is located in Québec, Canada. Founded in 1852, it now welcomes over 1 400 students and has approximately 50 professors who undertake research in nearly all fields of law. There are law studies in diverse fields, offering a range of programmes which include business, international and transnational, environmental, sustainable development, and food safety law. The partnership between the University of Luxembourg and Université Laval foresees student exchanges, faculty visits and the possibility to collaborate on research projects. Learn more about the Faculty of Law at Université Laval here.