UofT GPLLM or Osgoode LLM


M.B

Hello everyone,

I am a second year LLB student in London and would like to apply for an LLM program in Toronto. I have looked into both LLM programs at UofT and Osgoode and still cannot decide which one to apply for.

My ultimate goal is to have a Canadian law degree and also qualify for the NCA. However, I am not quite sure about UofT GPLLM since the program is more expensive than Osgoode and only takes place on weekends. I would like to hear from people who were enrolled in the program and know what they think of it. I guess I am trying to figure out if UofT GPLLM is even worth applying for and how different is it from the regular LLM. I would also like to know whether Osgoode Canadian Common Law is better than UofT GPLLM Canadian Law in a Global Context.

I do appreciate any advice. Thanks.

Hello everyone,

I am a second year LLB student in London and would like to apply for an LLM program in Toronto. I have looked into both LLM programs at UofT and Osgoode and still cannot decide which one to apply for.

My ultimate goal is to have a Canadian law degree and also qualify for the NCA. However, I am not quite sure about UofT GPLLM since the program is more expensive than Osgoode and only takes place on weekends. I would like to hear from people who were enrolled in the program and know what they think of it. I guess I am trying to figure out if UofT GPLLM is even worth applying for and how different is it from the regular LLM. I would also like to know whether Osgoode Canadian Common Law is better than UofT GPLLM Canadian Law in a Global Context.

I do appreciate any advice. Thanks.
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Hello everyone,

I am a second year LLB student in London and would like to apply for an LLM program in Toronto. I have looked into both LLM programs at UofT and Osgoode and still cannot decide which one to apply for.

My ultimate goal is to have a Canadian law degree and also qualify for the NCA. However, I am not quite sure about UofT GPLLM since the program is more expensive than Osgoode and only takes place on weekends. I would like to hear from people who were enrolled in the program and know what they think of it. I guess I am trying to figure out if UofT GPLLM is even worth applying for and how different is it from the regular LLM. I would also like to know whether Osgoode Canadian Common Law is better than UofT GPLLM Canadian Law in a Global Context.

I do appreciate any advice. Thanks.


UofT is the place to go. It is the highest ranked university in Canada and is up there in world standing. Definitely worth the extra cost because it looks better on resume.

[quote]Hello everyone,

I am a second year LLB student in London and would like to apply for an LLM program in Toronto. I have looked into both LLM programs at UofT and Osgoode and still cannot decide which one to apply for.

My ultimate goal is to have a Canadian law degree and also qualify for the NCA. However, I am not quite sure about UofT GPLLM since the program is more expensive than Osgoode and only takes place on weekends. I would like to hear from people who were enrolled in the program and know what they think of it. I guess I am trying to figure out if UofT GPLLM is even worth applying for and how different is it from the regular LLM. I would also like to know whether Osgoode Canadian Common Law is better than UofT GPLLM Canadian Law in a Global Context.

I do appreciate any advice. Thanks.[/quote]

UofT is the place to go. It is the highest ranked university in Canada and is up there in world standing. Definitely worth the extra cost because it looks better on resume.
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Hello everyone,

I am a second year LLB student in London and would like to apply for an LLM program in Toronto. I have looked into both LLM programs at UofT and Osgoode and still cannot decide which one to apply for.

My ultimate goal is to have a Canadian law degree and also qualify for the NCA. However, I am not quite sure about UofT GPLLM since the program is more expensive than Osgoode and only takes place on weekends. I would like to hear from people who were enrolled in the program and know what they think of it. I guess I am trying to figure out if UofT GPLLM is even worth applying for and how different is it from the regular LLM. I would also like to know whether Osgoode Canadian Common Law is better than UofT GPLLM Canadian Law in a Global Context.

I do appreciate any advice. Thanks.


UofT is the place to go. It is the highest ranked university in Canada and is up there in world standing. Definitely worth the extra cost because it looks better on resume.

I agree with you but the price is prohibitive - even worse as an international student. Do you think Osgoode is a no-no 

[quote][quote]Hello everyone,

I am a second year LLB student in London and would like to apply for an LLM program in Toronto. I have looked into both LLM programs at UofT and Osgoode and still cannot decide which one to apply for.

My ultimate goal is to have a Canadian law degree and also qualify for the NCA. However, I am not quite sure about UofT GPLLM since the program is more expensive than Osgoode and only takes place on weekends. I would like to hear from people who were enrolled in the program and know what they think of it. I guess I am trying to figure out if UofT GPLLM is even worth applying for and how different is it from the regular LLM. I would also like to know whether Osgoode Canadian Common Law is better than UofT GPLLM Canadian Law in a Global Context.

I do appreciate any advice. Thanks.[/quote]

UofT is the place to go. It is the highest ranked university in Canada and is up there in world standing. Definitely worth the extra cost because it looks better on resume. [/quote]<br>I agree with you but the price is prohibitive - even worse as an international student. Do you think Osgoode is a no-no&nbsp;
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