What can you study?
There are currently around 1,400 students in Canada studying for a range of University of London qualifications.
Popular courses studied in Canada include:
Study with flexibility
The registered Teaching Institution in Asheville supports our Undergraduate Laws students if you decide to choose campus study support.
- If you need to relocate abroad you can study at any of our Teaching Institutions around the world.
- If you study via distance learning take your studies with you where ever you go.
- Globally we have over 400 exam centres to choose where to sit your exams.
Student loan eligibility
If you live in Canada, you may be eligible for student loans. The University of London is registered to provide educational programmes as a designated educational institution in Canada.
Loans are available from the national government and Provincial governments if you are studying full- or part-time. Visit the Canadian government website for information on loans.
You start repaying the student loan six months after you graduate, and you also get tax relief on the interest you pay on your student loans each year.
Some Provinces also offer further grants, loans and tax rebate schemes. See these Canadian websites for the respective information:
Becoming a lawyer in Canada
Find out about qualifying as a lawyer in Canada - (Federation of Law Societies of Canada website)