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LLM/PGDip Fees

The total LLM/PGDip fees are described below:


Full-Time Programmes


Caymanians/Spouses of Caymanians/Legal residents for 10+ years International/Other students
General application fee KYD 150.00
Refundable deposit (for student acceptances) KYD 250.00
LLM/PGDip tuition fees KYD 12,000.00 p.a. KYD 16,000.00 p.a.
Liverpool registration fee £ 1,550.00 p.a.

Part-Time Programmes


Caymanians/Spouses of Caymanians/Legal residents for 10+ years International/Other students
General application fee KYD 150.00
Refundable deposit (for student acceptances) KYD 250.00
LLM/PGDip tuition fees KYD 6,000.00 p.a. KYD 8,000.00 p.a.
Liverpool registration fee £ 775.00 p.a.

Fees must be paid on the first day of each of the three installment payment dates, in late September, January and April of the academic year.

University of Liverpool Registration Fees

All students are required to pay a fee for registration in the University of Liverpool. This fee is to be made payable in GBP (£) to the University of Liverpool and is due annually in September. This fee is subject to regular incremental revision. This entitles students to valuable services provided by the University, such as assessment moderation and access to the Library’s online resources.


Textbook and Photocopying Costs

Textbook costs are estimated at a rate of KYD 350.00+ per year. Photocopying facilities at a subsidised price will be available at TBLS premises. Students are required to supply their own paper which is available for purchase from the front desk.


Outstanding Fees

Any student having outstanding Law School or University fees (including outstanding library fines) at the end of the academic year will have examination results withheld until payment has been received. Such students will also not be eligible to receive letters of reference from the Law School. Students with fees outstanding immediately prior to the beginning of a new academic year will not be permitted to register or proceed to the next year of study.

Students whose fees have been overdue for 8 weeks or more will be excluded from classes and suspended from studies for 12 months (providing fees/fines have by then been paid in full). Students who have been subject to financial suspension for more than 12 months are liable to have their course of studies terminated.

Any students having outstanding fees/fines in their final year will NOT be eligible to graduate.

Last Updated 2020-07-31