Toronto Foreign Study Program
Study law in exciting, cosmopolitan Toronto
Timely, flexible and affordable
Now approaching its 14th consecutive year in downtown Toronto, Canada, Thomas M. Cooley Law School returns to the University of St. Michael's College in May and June, 2013. 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, ext. 2044 or email@example.com.
How To Apply
Now Accepting Applications: We are now accepting guest student applications for the 2013 Toronto program. You will find the 2013 brochure (pdf), application and professionalism form available for download on this page. The non-refundable deposit fee for the Toronto program is $250. Guest students have the option to pay the deposit by credit card. The deposit fee may also be paid by check made payable to Thomas M. Cooley Law School. Please fully complete the application form (pdf) and professionalism form (pdf) and mail it along with your deposit check to the address listed below. Space is limited. Apply today.
Mail Materials To:
2013 Toronto Program
International Programs Office
Thomas M. Cooley Law School
300 South Capitol Avenue
Lansing, MI 48933
Note: Current Cooley students please visit our site on the portal for application information
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., 2013) Toronto Study Abroad Program, Thomas M. 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.