Professional LLM in Labour Relations and Employment Law Available at York University
York University offers a highly flexible Professional LLM in Labour Relations and Employment Law.
The biggest advantage of this program is that it was designed to meet the requirements and regulations of the Federation of Law Societies of Canada’s National Committee on Accreditation (NCA). This means that students that finish this program are going to have a much easier time getting licensed to work in the Canadian legal sphere - keep in mind that getting this LLM doesn’t automatically get you a license to practice law in Canada.
The flexibility of this program is reflected in the fact that you can take it as a full-time and part-time student. They also offer additional flexibility in providing students the option to pick and choose the courses along the way. The average time to finish this LLM is one year for full-time students and two years for part-time students. This course takes off in May 2020 and the deadline for the application period is September 1st, 2019. The course consists of 36 alternative credits and is delivered in a blended mode.
If you are an international student looking to enter this program you will need to take an English test in order to demonstrate that you can keep up with the courses. You can take TOEFL iBT, TOEFL PBT or IELTS - keep in mind that you only need to pass one of these.
For further information, you should keep up with their official website or send an email to their student information.