The ICCA Bar Course

The Inns of Court College of Advocacy (ICCA) Bar Course is the qualifying Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) in Bar Practice. Validated by King’s College London, it is delivered in two stages and designed to give graduates the best chance to secure pupillage and prepare for life at the Bar in England and Wales. So far, 75% of our 2021 graduating cohort have pupillage.  Discover what makes the ICCA Bar Course standout from the rest.

What does the ICCA Bar Course offer?

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Why choose the ICCA?

Developed by practitioners and legal academics, the ICCA Bar Course is designed to advance your knowledge, develop your advocacy skills, and build links with the profession. We are focused on developing the highest calibre of new generation barristers.

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Entry requirements

To study on the ICCA Bar Course you must hold an acceptable law degree (minimum 2:1) OR non-law degree (minimum 2:2) plus GDL or equivalent with a Commendation or a Distinction.

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Start date/delivery

The ICCA Bar Course has two in-takes per year: September 2022 and January 2023. Part One is online via self-study and Part Two delivered in-person within the Inns of Court, London.

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Fees and funding

The ICCA Bar course is competitively priced. Our fees for 2022/2023 are £14,155 and only payable on enrolment.

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FAQs

Choosing the right Bar Course for you means you need to be well informed. Discover answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the ICCA Bar Course.

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