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Is a year as a visiting student at Uvic a good idea?


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peppyparadox

Hey i'm an intl student hoping to work in env/health law in Canada, sadly enough my college doesn't offer any courses on either subject so hoping to get some experience at UVic. 

Would this be a good idea? Anything I should be aware of? 

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TheDevilIKnow
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Are you an a law student at a non-Canadian school, looking to take courses at UVic's law school? Or are you an undergrad, looking to take courses at UVic in general? This would likely affect the answer to your question.

 

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The former

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TheDevilIKnow
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Then I would say no. Though UVic has a lot of people who show an interest in environmental law, the course selection in such topics is limited. I don't think it would be worth coming here for a year to take 2 or 3 environmentally-focused courses, especially when space in the courses are limited and registration is competitive. 

Health law options are even less. If UVic is known for a focus on that, it's news to me!

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