Fees and funding

As a not-for-profit organisation, we understand the importance of fees and funding. The ICCA sets its fees at the lowest sustainable level commensurate with ensuring education and skills training for our students of the highest standards.

September 2023 and January 2024 course cycles

The ICCA Bar Course fees for 2023/2024 are £14,830 inclusive of all BSB fees and text books. This is the cost for both Parts One and Two. The table below provides a breakdown of how the ICCA Bar Course fees are calculated.

ICCA feeTextbooksBSB feeTotal
Part One£1,688£511£470£2,669
Part Two£11,926All materials provided£235£12,161

Payment for each part of the course is made only upon enrolment for that part. Students who do not enrol on Part Two are not liable for any Part Two fees. We offer flexible payment options for Part Two. We do not require a deposit and there are no hidden administration fees.

Funding your Bar training

The Inns of Court – Gray’s Inn, Inner Temple, Lincoln’s Inn, Middle Temple – provide over £5m of scholarships for Bar Course and GDL candidates irrespective of and without preference to where they choose to do their training.

Read more on sources of funding open to everyone.

ICCA Bar students can now apply for a bursary under the ICCA’s new Bursary Scheme sponsored by The Chancery Bar Association. More details can be found here.

More information

Fee, Refund and Compensation Policy