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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

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How can I be certain that distance learning is an appropriate mode of study?
  2. Is the degree obtained via distance learning valid in all countries?
  3. Which of the two Universities is more prestigious?
  4. What is the structure of the Universities?
  5. What are the entry requirements?
  6. How soon can I start?
  7. What is the cost of the programme?
  8. Is there an application fee?
  9. Do I pay for the LLB programme, via I.L.E or directly to the university?
  10. Can the payments to the Universities be made in instalments or must it be paid all at once?
  11. How many courses am I required to do?
  12. Where will I do the exams for the distance-learning (DL) programme?
  13. How can I get certified to practise law in Jamaica?
  14. How difficult is it to gain entry into Norman Manley Law School?
  15. How do I register for your Tutorials?
  16. Where are classes held?
  17. When do classes start?

1. How can I be certain that distance learning is an appropriate mode of study?

ANS: Distance learning facilitates individuals who for domestic, financial or logistical reasons are unable to attend a full time programme. The course can be undertaken while one remains in full-time employment. For this mode of study it is important for one to have motivation, determination, self-discipline and good time management skills.

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2. Is the degree obtained via distance learning valid in all countries?

ANS: No, the distance learning LLB Degree alone is not valid in the United States. However, it is advisable to investigate further, even though the possibilities are slim and one may have to do further studies.

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3. Which of the two Universities is more prestigious?

ANS: Both Universities offer a recognized LLB Degree which is accepted by the Norman Manley Law School. However, the structure of each University’s programme may determine which of the two, applicants may be more attracted to.

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4. What is the structure of the Universities?

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