Toronto Foreign Study Program
Study law in exciting, cosmopolitan Toronto
Timely, flexible and affordable
The 15th consecutive year of the program was conducted in downtown Toronto, Canada. Western Michigan University Cooley Law School returned to the University of St. Michael's College in May and June, 2014. Our program offers two three-week sessions of timely and stimulating law courses. Students are invited to attend one or both sessions and choose among nine course options. In addition to international comparative law courses the program features legal events and social activities that will enrich student’s foreign study experience.
If you are interested in an economical study abroad program that features important international law topics and outstanding faculty members, explore our program here on our website. If you have any questions feel free to contact our office at (517) 371-5140 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
How To Apply
Enrollment for the 2015 Toronto Program has not yet begun. We invite you to sign-up for program updates so you can be the first to know when registration opens. The prior program year brochure is available for viewing on this page. The 2015 program will be similar, yet not identical, to the 2014 program.
Thank you for your interest in the program. We hope that you can join us for an exciting time in Toronto this summer!
Note: Current Cooley students please visit our site on the portal for application information
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U.S. Department of State: Worldwide Cautions
U.S. Department of State: Country Specific Information for Canada
Certificate of Completion
Students who successfully complete a Cooley foreign study program receive a certificate suitable for framing and may note on their curriculum vitae "Certificate, (applicable year e.g., 2014) Toronto Study Abroad Program, Western Michigan University Cooley Law School." It would be a misrepresentation to assert that you were a student of St. Michael's College at the University of Toronto.