The ICCA Bar course is competitively priced. As a not-for-profit organisation, we aim to keep our costs as low as possible without comprising on quality. We also offer a flexible payment schedule, and our fees are only payable upon enrolment, which means you pay once you’ve committed to the course.
The ICCA Bar Course fees for 2022/2023 are £14,155. This is the cost for both Parts One and Two. We do not expect a deposit and there are no hidden admin fees. For transparency, the table below provides a breakdown of how the ICCA Bar Course fees are calculated.
|ICCA fee||Textbooks||BSB fee||Total|
|Part Two||£11,680||All materials provided||£295||£12,155|
Once you are enrolled onto Part One of the course, you will receive three textbooks:
The total fee, £2,000 is payable online via Stripe, upon enrolment. This usually takes place 1-2 months before the course starts.
The total fee is £12,155.
The BSB fee (£295) is payable upon enrolment. This usually takes place 1 month before the course starts.
The remaining ICCA fee (£11,680) can be paid in one of three ways:
Any student who decides not to proceed with the Part One course within 14 days of enrolment is entitled to a full refund.
A student leaving before or up to the halfway stage of Part Two will receive a refund of half the ICCA Part Two fee (the BSB fee is not included).
The ICCA will be launching a Bursary Scheme funded by Specialist Bar Associations for students who have financial difficulty. This will allow students to apply for funding (discount) towards the ICCA Bar Course fees. We are aiming for this initiative to be available for the 2022/23 academic year and will share more details once confirmed.
The Inns of Court provide over £6M of scholarships for Bar Course and GDL candidates regardless of where they choose to do their training.