OLSAS – How to Apply

Last updated: August 16, 2022

Step 1: Research your university options:

Step 2: Ensure you give your referees enough time to complete their reference and submit it to OLSAS by the deadline.

Step 3: Prepare and submit your application by the appropriate deadline.

The Droit civil program is offered in French at the University of Ottawa only. Use the French 105 application to apply.

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  • Submit only 1 set of application materials and academic documents, regardless of the number of schools you apply to.
  • The application process is lengthy. The amount of time it requires depends on the number of law schools you apply to. Allow 5 to 25 hours to prepare your application.
  • Each Ontario law school has its own admission requirements. Be aware of variations in admission requirements and make sure you qualify for consideration before submitting your application to OLSAS.
  • We will process and forward applications to all requested law schools regardless of your qualifications or the completeness of your application.
  • Contact the university directly for additional information about their academic program and admission requirements.

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