Destinations and Course Equivalences
For a complete list of uOttawa partner institutions that allow student mobility, visit the "Research where to study" page of the International Office. The International Office is responsible for updating the MoveOn database, so be sure to consult it regularly.
During academic years 2008 to 2019, close to 250 students from the Civil Law Section took part or will take part in an international exchange at the faculty of law of one of the partner institutions. Many destinations are available.
The CLIC Program offers students interested in studying in a Chinese university generous stipends. Some exceptions apply.
We would also like to remind you that the Civil Law Section is part of the NACLE Consortium. The consortium is made up of 13 American, Mexican and Canadian law faculties. Each year, NACLE organizes an annual paper competition open to undergraduate and graduate students.
Since 1995, the Civil Law Section has supported the participation of its students in the international exchange program. Course equivalences have been established over the years. You may discuss the equivalences further when meeting with the Manager, International and Community Relations.