ICLS Frequently Asked Questions

International Center for Legal Studies FAQ

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What is an LL.B. degree? Is it the same as the Juris Doctorate (JD) degree?

What is the academic requirement for the University of London International Programmes in Laws (LL.B.)?

How long will I be studying for my LL.B. degree?

Will an LL.B. degree from an accredited UK University permit me to practice law in other countries?

Can I go on to earn an advanced law degree such as an LL.M. degree after I complete the LL.B. degree?

Can I go on to earn an advanced law degree such as an LL.M. degree after I complete the LL.B. degree?

Will I be studying the law alone?

Are my final examinations given online?

Do I need to be a computer expert to use the ICLS e-learning platform?

What are the benefits of online learning?

What is E-learning?

What does the University of London International Programmes in laws provide by way of study material?

How fast can I complete the LL.B. degree from the University of London?

Individuals who already hold a Undergraduate University degree who seek an education in law - but do not desire to practice law - should consider enrolling in the Graduate Route Entry A or B Scheme.

Can I have direct contact with my Law Tutors?

When does the University of London International Programmes in Law start each year?

When do I need to apply at ICLS?

Is the tuition payable to ICLS at the time of application or once I receive an acceptance letter?

How hard is it to get accepted for US students?

Will the University of London law degree (LL.B.) earned under the University's International Programmes Receive standing in Canada?

Do I pay The International Center for Legal Studies ("ICLS") for University of London fees?

What reasons can you cite as preventing International Programmes students from doing well on their University of London law examinations?