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Athabasca University

Graduate Diploma in Legislative Drafting
Program Application

Before an applicant can be considered for the Graduate Diploma in Legislative Drafting (GDLD) program, the GDLD office must receive all components of the program application package, including the required fees. Unfortunately, we cannot start the application review until the Admission Package has been completed and submitted.

Program applications will be received and reviewed on a continuous admission basis. Students may wish to start taking courses as a non-program student before being accepted as a program student.

Please review the GDLD program's online Application Procedures website.

Non-Program Application

Non-program students must complete and submit the GDLD Non-Program Application Form, and include the non-refundable application fee, if applicable. As part of their Non-Program Application, students will be required to submit confirmation of completion of an undergraduate degree (unofficial transcript will suffice). Students may be asked to submit a resumé in support of their non-program application.

Information effective September 1, 2020 to August 31, 2021.

Updated January 20 2021 by laurab

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