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Frequently Asked Questions

The Institute of Law and Economics (ILE) boasts some of the best and brightest in their field as Staff and Tutors of the Institution and these esteemed individuals will help you on your way to success. To contact our team, please call (876) 977-6232,977-4959 or email: ile@utech.edu.jm or ile@cwjamaica.com

 

10. Can the payments to the Universities be made in instalments or must it be paid all at once?

ANS: Holborn College payments are to be made in full per module; 
University of London The payments are broken down in stages and the University will inform each applicant, when each payment is due.

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11. How many courses am I required to do?

ANS: Holborn College: Applicants with a first degree will be required to complete eight (8) courses in 2 years. Applicants without a first degree will be required to complete twelve (12) courses in 4 years. 
University of London: Applicants with a first degree will be required to complete nine (9) courses in two (2) or three (3) years. Applicants without a first degree will be required to complete twelve (12) courses in three (3) or four (4) years.

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12. Where will I do the exams for the distance-learning (DL) programme?

ANS: All applicants are required to register with Overseas Examination Office, 2A Picadilly Road, Kingston 5 by paying a fee per course to sit each examination. These fees are due in January of each year.

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13. How can I get certified to practise law in Jamaica?

ANS: The Norman Manley Law School provides certification for the license to practice law. Applicants already qualified in another jurisdiction need only to register for the 6 months program. Applicants with an external LLB degree (non-UWI LLB), will be required to sit an entrance exam (this involves re-sitting various aspects of the courses taken at the degree level with a Caribbean perspective on some courses). The exam is held in July of each year and upon successful completion, applicants are then admitted into the Law School.

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