Please see below for details of the British Law Centre policy on special conditions for admission to the Diploma in English Law & Legal Skills (‘DELLS’), for the benefit of applicants affected by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Who can benefit from this initiative
- Be a Ukrainian national, and
- Reside in Ukraine, or
- Have left your Ukrainian residence due to the expanded Russian invasion of 24th February 2022
- Any applicant making an application under the Policy may be asked to supply reasonable evidence of fulfilling the conditions above. In light of the circumstances, any reasonable way of establishing satisfaction of these conditions that is available to the applicant will be accepted.
What fee waivers and reductions are available?
In the interests of using the BLC’s available teaching and administrative capacity to help in at least some way as many applicants affected by these events as possible, we apply the following fee structure to applications covered by the support system:
Total fees payable for DELLS 2023-2024:
It is possible to pay the course fees in a single payment or in installments.
Payment in instalments are to be made as follows:
|First Payment of EUR 100||Payable within 30 days of being accepted onto the diploma course|
|Second Payment of EUR 280 (only applicable to non-students)||Payable by 31 October|
How do I apply for this scheme?
To apply, please complete the application form on our website, and when selecting applicable fees, you should select the option that you are entitled to specially-discounted course fees and that you are a UA student
What will the teaching format be for the 2023-2024 course?
We will not be able to teaching the course in person in Kyiv or Lviv until the war has ended and it is safe and practical to return to in-class teaching. As such, teaching will take place virtually in the meantime.It may also be the case that some applicants are currently residing in countries where we offer the diploma in a hybrid format, and who may wish to join the in-person lessons at that centre. In principle, this is fine, and we will discuss this possibility with individual beneficaries personally.