Students to split the year between Canada and Israel
The one-year exchange will be taught in English. Students will spend five months each taking classes in Canada and Israel. They will then spend July and August at their home institution writing their major research paper. Upon finishing the exchange, students will receive two Masters in Laws degrees: one from Haifa and one from Ottawa.
Students can choose to focus on law and technology or human rights.
Upon successful conclusion of the course of study, students will receive two Masters in Laws degrees: one from Haifa and one from Ottawa.
Funding will be available for up to four students from each institution.
For more information, please visit the program website or contact the University of Ottawa faculty of Law at firstname.lastname@example.org
Editor's Note: This article and its title was edited on February 9, 2011.
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