ICCA Bar Course goes from strength to strength

ICCA remains the most successful Bar training provider

The ICCA Bar Course continues to grow from strength to strength. Of those who applied, 93% of our 2021 graduates have secured pupillage. As reported in the most recent BSB Chair’s report (pages 43-45), across all sittings of the BSB centrally set assessments, the ICCA continues to be the most successful provider of Bar training to date.

“ICCA remains as the most successful AETO in terms of the percentage of candidates entering for a centralised assessment securing a pass, almost 30% ahead of the second placed AETO” (BSB CEB Chair’s Report, 6 February 2023)

As a not-for-profit provider of Bar Vocational Training, we remain true to our core values, including providing Bar training of the highest quality at the lowest sustainable cost, achieving outstanding assessment and pupillage success rates, providing a Bar Course which the profession respects as directly relevant to practice and employing a fair admissions model which contributes to a more diverse entry into the profession.

The ICCA attracts students and career changers from over 50 universities in a diverse and supportive community. We have recently welcomed our largest cohorts of both Part One and Part Two students and are soon to make offers to students commencing the ICCA Bar Course in September 2023 and January 2024. We look forward to continuing our success and to training the barristers of the future.