Summer programs

Traditional exchanges of one term or two terms are not convenient for you for all kinds of reasons? Have you thought about gaining an international experience by taking a summer course abroad? Summer courses abroad could be a solution for you. Generally speaking, they are short-term ranging from one week to several weeks. You must pay tuition fees to the host institution (a few exception apply). You must obtain a "Letter of Permission" from the Civil Law Section's academic secretariat.

Below are programs offered at several institutions. We also invite you to visit the bulletin boards located near the Civil Law Section's academic secretariat on the 2nd Floor of Fauteux Hall. You will find publicity from institutions from around the world. 

Any questions? Send an e-mail to the Manager, International and Community Relations,, or visit her in Room 209, Fauteux Hall.

Participating universities

DAAD Summer Law School
One-week seminar held at the University of Freiburg (member of the Ontario/Baden-Württemberg Consortium), followed by a three-week internship in a law firm. A scholarship is offered. 

Duquesne University School of Law - Summer Study of European Law in Cologne, Paris, Brussels, May 28-June 18, 2016
Deadline for sending in your application: visit their Web site

European Summer University - The European Union and its Challenges in the 21st Century 
Deadline for sending in your application: applications are being accepted at the moment.

International Bioethics Summer School, Global Bioethics Initiative, July 11-22, 2016, Manhattan, New York, USA

Michigan State University College of Law - Study abroad in Kyoto, Japan
Deadline for sending in your application: visit their Web site

Université de Montréal - Faculté de droit - Summer Program in China
Deadline for sending in your application: visit their Web site 

University of Wollongong, Faculty of Law Summer Program - International and Comparative Law Program

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