Fees for the Diploma in English Law and Legal Skills are payable BOTH to the University of Warsaw and the British Law Centre. Information on the two sets of payments are outlined below:
University of Warsaw Fees
A fee is payable to the UW Faculty of Law and Administration. The fee payable differs depending on whether you are eligible for the earlybird fee (because you have paid the First Payment of EUR 200 to the BLC before 30 June 2023 – see the ‘British Law Centre Fees’ tab for information on how to make the First Payment) and if you are a full-time student at the UW Faculty of Law and Administration.
If you are registered as a full-time student at the UW Faculty of Law and Administration for the academic year 2023-24, the fees payable are:
|Earlybird Fees||2050 PLN|
|Non-Earlybird Fees||2300 PLN|
If you are NOT registered as a full-time student of the UW Faculty of Law and Administration for the academic year 2023-24, the fees payable are:
|Earlybird Fees||2650 PLN|
|Non-Earlybird Fees||3000 PLN|
Fees should be paid in PLN by bank transfer to:
|Payee||Uniwersytet Warszawski, WPiA
ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28
|Payer details|| “[Your name] BLC czesne” NB. If someone else (e.g. a parent/company)
pays your fees, ensure that your name is shown
on the payment slip and not their name.
|Bank account details||
ACCOUNT No: 60848799
IBAN: PL2211602202 00000000 60848799
|Deadline for making a single payment of all fees (i.e. not in instalments)||31 October|
University of Warsaw Fees Payment in Instalments
It is possible to pay your fees due to the University of Warsaw in 2 or 3 instalments. The fees due and the schedule for payment is as follows:
|50% of course fees||deadline for payment: 31 October 2023|
|100% of course fees||deadline for payment: 28 February 2023|
You may choose when you make the transfer of fees to the University of Warsaw, so long as payments are made before the deadlines above. Once you have made the payment, it is very important that you upload a confirmation of the payment using the form in the next tab. Your payment will not be confirmed until we receive your payment confirmation.
University of Warsaw Fees Payment Confirmation
Once you have made a payment to UW, it is very important that you upload a confirmation of the payment using the form below. Your payment will not be confirmed until we receive your payment confirmation.
Invoices for UW payments
British Law Centre Fees
A fee is also payable to the British Law Centre. The fee payable differs depending on whether you are eligible for the earlybird fee (because you paid the first payment of EUR 200 to the BLC before 30 June 2023) and if you are a student.
You are entitled to pay a reduced fee (“Student Fees”) if you provide us with evidence confirming your status as a full-time University student or a current student of a vocational course which must be passed before you can practise as a lawyer – i.e. aplikacja prawna.
Unless you provide us with credible evidence of your eligibility to pay the Student Fees rate, you will be obliged to pay the Non-Student Fees rate.
If you ar a student, fees payable are:
|Earlybird Fees||EUR 300|
|Non-Earlybird Fees||EUR 340|
If you are not a student, fees payable are:
|Earlybird Fees||EUR 380|
|Non-Earlybird Fees||EUR 440|
Fees are payable in two Payments:
|First Payment||EUR 200||Payable by 31 October (to benefit from the earlybird discount, this should be paid by 30 June 2023)|
|Second Payment||100% of course fees (i.e. what is left to be paid)||Payable by 28 February 2024|
How to Pay BLC Fees
The First Payment can be made by completing the Payment Order here.
The Second Payment Can be made by completing the questionnaire below and completing the appropriate Payment Order
Invoices for payments to the BLC
You can monitor all payments that you have completed and download invoices for them, by clicking here.
Student status confirmation
Please upload a scan of your student ID or other confirmation of student status here
What if I want to cancel my participation in the diploma course?
After we accept your application and offer you a place on the course, you have 14 days within which to inform us by email that you wish to withdraw, otherwise you become obliged to pay the non-refundable €200 First Payment. You will be formally registered as a Diploma Participant and granted access to the BLC’s website, from which you can access the course materials.
Anyone who chooses to withdraw from the course, for whatever reason, later than 14 days from the date on which we accepted your application and offered you a place on the course must email us to clearly state this, or complete the form below.
YOU MUST EXPRESSLY WITHDRAW FROM THE COURSE, AND IT CANNOT BE ASSUMED BY A LACK OF EMAIL CORRESPONDENCE, FAILURE TO ATTEND CLASSES ETC.
A Participant’s withdrawal will have the following effect on the course fees due:
|Withdrawal date||Impact on fees still owed|
|Within 14 days of us having offered you a place on the course*||No fees are payable|
|More than 14 days after we offered you a place on the course*||
€200 First Payment must have been paid (and remains due if not paid).
|After 31 October||
You become obliged to pay the full course fees, but can pay in instalments if you wish.
|After 28 February||100% of total fees must be paid by this date|
* The 14-day period will be deemed to have expired on 31 October in any case (e.g. if we offer someone a place on 20 October, the 14-day period will be deemed to have expired on 31 October).
To withdraw, you can email us or complete the form below:
This course does not have any sections.