Queen's Law, in Canada, Announces Graduate Diploma in Immigration and Citizenship Law

The program will be primarily online, with blended courses taking place in locations around Canada

Canada's Queen's University Faculty of Law (Queen's Law) has announced the launch of a new Graduate Diploma in Immigration and Citizenship Law.

The program, set to launch in 2021, is designed to assist students in taking the Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant Entry-to-Practice Exam, which is delivered by the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC). Passing this exam helps individuals on the path to consulting on citizenship and immigration issues.

The diploma program will take place primarily online, however some blended courses will be delivered in locations across Canada, including Vancouver, Montreal, Toronto, and Kingston. Overall, the program will include nine courses and will take 66 weeks to complete.

Last year, Queen's Law launched a graduate-level Diploma in Legal Services Management.

For more information, please see the Queen's Law news release announcing the launch of the Graduate Diploma in Immigration and Citizenship Law.

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