LLM for Visually Impaired International Student


Ghana
My niece is a high functional and determined LLB student in Ghana and is interested in doing an LLM in international law. She would appreciate suggestions on which schools in Canada are likely to be suitable for her. Thanks.
My niece is a high functional and determined LLB student in Ghana and is interested in doing an LLM in international law. She would appreciate suggestions on which schools in Canada are likely to be suitable for her. Thanks.
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Hi,

I believe all the main Canadian LLMs are suitable for her, you should check programs at McGill (Montreal), UofT (Toronto), York (Toronto) and UBC (Vancouver). I am not an expert on other programs offered other provinces but I am sure that they offer International Law programs.
Hi,

I believe all the main Canadian LLMs are suitable for her, you should check programs at McGill (Montreal), UofT (Toronto), York (Toronto) and UBC (Vancouver). I am not an expert on other programs offered other provinces but I am sure that they offer International Law programs.
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Ghana
After rereading my post I realize that I neglected to include the most salient word of my question: "blind". My niece is a "high functional and determined blind LLB student in Ghana". I was asking if any of the LLM international law programs in Canada are known to be accommodating to blind students.
After rereading my post I realize that I neglected to include the most salient word of my question: "blind". My niece is a "high functional and determined blind LLB student in Ghana". I was asking if any of the LLM international law programs in Canada are known to be accommodating to blind students.
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The title of the post was clear enough. I would say that this does not change my answer. I believe that the websites of each university provide enough information on both programs, accommodations and special needs for impaired students.

If I were you I would drop an email to the application desk asking specific questions you want to be answered.

Canada is well-known for equal opportunities and I would be surprised if the main universities do not offer any kind of service for such students.

:)
The title of the post was clear enough. I would say that this does not change my answer. I believe that the websites of each university provide enough information on both programs, accommodations and special needs for impaired students.

If I were you I would drop an email to the application desk asking specific questions you want to be answered.

Canada is well-known for equal opportunities and I would be surprised if the main universities do not offer any kind of service for such students.

:)

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