Many thanks for having applied to join the British Law Centre’s Diploma in English law and Practical Legal Skills during 2019-2020. We hope you have already managed to read more about the details of the Diploma course on our website.
In order for us to confirm your application to join the course, please send me:
(i) A recent curriculum vitae (in English); and
(ii) A motivation letter, explaining why you wish to join the BLC (not exceeding 500 words).
These should be sent to the following email address [with your name and “Kyiv Centre” in the heading (alternatively, click on the email address below to open the mail automatically)]:
Once we have received and reviewed your documents, we will contact you to confirm your application.
Alternatively, you may be asked to attend an interview to discuss your application further.
If you have not heard from us after 7 days of submitting your documents, please write to ask what is happening with your application (our spam filters can sometimes get a little over-excited).
In the meantime, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask.
We look forward to hearing from you and helping you explore the wonderful world of English law and practical legal skills. We are sure you will enjoy it and find it extremely useful.
Dr Steve Terrett LLB, LLM, PhD
Director and Senior Lecturer
British Law Centre
Frequently asked questions will be added here from time to time.
What are the Diploma Course fees?
1. The fees for the Diploma are stated in the table below:
Early-Bird fee (applies if fees paid by 30th June)
Standard fee (applies if fees paid after 30th June)
To qualify for the student fee, you must be registered as a full-time student at any Higher Education institution within the EU (inc. Ph.D students or anyone officially registered on ORA/OIRP aplikacja courses). You do not need to be a student of the University where the Diploma is taught.
2. An additional fee is charged by the host University. Please check additional information on the page for the local university fees
When should I pay the course fees?
The fees for the Diploma can be paid by means of a single transfer or in two equal instalments. The dates for the instalment payments are:
- Instalment 1 – to be paid by course commencement date in October 2019
- Instalment 2 – to be paid by no later than 1st February 2020
If you wish to benefit from the earlybird fee, then the payment must be made in full (or the first instalment) by 30th June.
How should I pay the course fees?
Shortly, we will add the payment information to the website. Payments should not be made until you have been officially accepted onto the Diploma Course. This will only be possible once we have received and reviewed your application, along with your CV and Motivation Letter.
The local course fee
The Catholic University of Ukraine charges an additional fee for participating in the Diploma Course. The fees for 2019-2020 are not currently known, but they will likely be between EUR 100 and EUR 120