The LL.M. program is an opportunity for a student to delve deeper into a subject, both in the major areas of law and in certain specialized fields.
- LL. M. Business Law
- LL. M. International Law
- LL. M. Technology and Information Law
- LL. M. Taxation
- LL. M. Notarial Law
- LL. M. Law - Research
- Hold a law degree from the Université de Montréal or a diploma deemed equivalent;
- Have obtained, at the 1st cycle, the microprogram or the DESS, an average of at least 3.0 out of 4.3 or the equivalent.
Candidates averaging 3.0 to 3.3 or the equivalent must provide additional exhibits listed on the Faculty of Law website at admission.umontreal.ca/programs/ Mastery-in-law-2 / admission-and-regulations;
- Have a good knowledge of French and English.
- In the case of LL. M. in Notarial Law, candidates who do not obtain a Bachelor's degree in Quebec and Canadian law must first follow the refresher courses determined by the Chambre des notaires du Québec.
In addition, the average required is 2.7 out of 4.3 or the equivalent.
Maria Godoy (Brazil) LL. M. 2018
What impresses me the most at the Faculty is the opportunity to "learn twice". Not only do I have the chance to improve my French and English skills, but the coexistence of common law and civil law in Quebec makes it one of the most distinctive experiences a law student can have. hope. Finally, it goes without saying that Montreal is a very welcoming city that offers a dynamic atmosphere of study.
Grégory Lancop (Canada) Student at LL. Mr.
It was a very rewarding experience. I was able to take courses that opened my eyes to specific legal issues. I also had the chance to rub shoulders with experienced teachers who were able to make me think about the various legal aspects. I highly recommend Mastery to students who want to perfect their legal knowledge.
Courses in these programs are offered only in French. Upon permission, students may write their dissertation in a language other than French.
Tuition per quarter full-time
Tuition fees in Québec educational institutions are regulated according to the student's legal status in Canada:
- Residents of Quebec: approximately $ 1,227.75 CAD
- French and French speaking Belgians: approximately 1,227.75 CAD plus related expenses
- International students: Full time: approximately 8,407.73 CAD
- Tuition fees for Canadian non-residents of Quebec: $ 3,815.85 related expenses
Tuition Reduction Scholarships Available to International Students
About the School
Founded in 1878, the Université de Montréal's Faculty of Law has been recognized for its excellence since the very beginning. It stands apart from other great law faculties, because of its unique comb ... Read More