Document CHECK LIST for application to the INDEX category

Check list:

___ Application Form and Fee

Due: November 1, 2011
The application is not submitted until the payment is received.
If we can help you with the online application form, please call Admissions office at 474-8817

___ Transcripts (one copy)

Due: November 30, 2011
INCLUDING transcripts from Exchange, Transfer, Letter of Permission and Colleges. If applicants wish to have their IB or AP courses used in their CGPA these transcripts are also required.

If you are currently in studies your transcript should show the courses that you are currently registered in.*

University of Manitoba students do not submit University of Manitoba transcripts.
*Note: Final transcripts showing final grades for courses taken from Sept 2011-April 2012 will be due June 15, 2012.  
___ Proof of Canadian Citizenship Due: November 30, 2011
Applicants who are born outside of Canada must submit copies of their Canadian Citizenship, Permanent Residence Card or a copy of their Canadian Passport. This can be sent via mail or emailed to Faxes are not acceptable.  

___ Proof of English Language Proficiency

Due:  June 15, 2012
Applicants whose primary language is not English must demonstrate proficiency in English.  Please review the specific requirements for Law applicants in the Applicant Information Bulletin (page 3).  

Send the above documents to:

Admissions for Law
Enrolment Services
424 University Centre
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2


Check list for online forms:

___ Half Time Questionnaire

Due: November 30, 2011
Applicants who want to apply to the Half time Law program must fill in the Half Time Questionnaire (  

___ Entrance Awards Application Form

Due: November 1, 2011
Applicants who have completed 60 credit hours (two full years) of university degree level study by November 1, 2011 and who have an LSAT written by October 2011 may wish to fill in the Entrance Awards Application form at Questions regarding suitability for awards can be directed to  


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