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Registration The University College of the Caribbean (UCC) is registered by: a) The University Council of Jamaica (UCJ) b) The Antigua & Barbuda National Accreditation Board (ABNAB)

The UCC is a member ofthe Commonwealth & OAS Consortia of Universities.

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON BACHELOR OF LAWS (LLB) For further information contact 17 Worthington Avenue, Kingston. 5 Tel:(876) 929-2830-4, Fax (876) 968-1926 toll-free 1-888-CALL-UCC (1-888-2255-822) Website: August 2008


Courses Offered:

SCHEME A (12 Subjects)

YEAR 1 Criminal Law Public Law Common Law Reasoning Elements of the Law of Contract YEAR 2 Law of Tort Law of Trust Land Law Company Law * YEAR 3 Jurisprudence & Legal Theory EU Law* Family Law * Succession * \ Intellectual Property *

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must hold one of the following:

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Individuals interested in applying for admission to the UOL programme should submit the following:

6 CAPE (including 2 double unit courses) +3 CSEC (including English Language) 2 ‘A’ levels + 3 O’levels 3 year diploma (accredited by UCJ) Associate Degree (accredited by UCJ) Bachelor Degree (accredited by UCJ) Other acceptable qualifications may also be considered. (See UOL prospectus for details). EXEMPTIONS: Students with a Bachelor’s Degree may be considered for the graduate entry route. Persons admitted via this route may be automatically exempted from no more than 3 of the 12 units or courses. UOL FEES: The cost is 3,207.00 (Scheme A & Graduate Entry Route B). All UOL fees are to be made by pound sterling draft, payable to University of London, (paid through UCC), for the 2011/2012 year:



INSTRUCTIONS: Instructions will be provided by an eminent and highly qualified local faculty of legal professionals. Overseas external guest lecturers will be utilised where appropriate.

1st Year

UOL Application


UOL Initial Reg.


UOL Examination


2nd Year

UOL Continued Reg.

UOL Examination

3rd Year

UOL Continued Reg.

UOL Examination

QUALITY OF PROGRAMME: The University of London is recognised nationally and internationally as a centre of academic excellence. The quality of its degrees is assured through the assessment and examination process. Upon completion of the programme, you are awarded a University of London degree. There is only one University of London degree and it is awarded both to students attending in London and external students. TEXTBOOKS: The core text for the four first year compulsory courses will be provided by UOL, once the initial registration fee has been paid. Students will be responsible for purchasing all other texts. Some textbooks may be purchased at competitive prices from the UCC Book & Gift Centre.

UCC Application UCC Tuition

£330 £559

£330 £559

US $20 (non-refundable) JA $23,000 per module. (subject to change)

All UCC fee payments can be made by credit card, manager’s cheque or directly to the bank using a bank draft.

Both UOL and UCC Application Forms for Undergraduate Degree Programmes. Official transcript(s) from every college/tertiary institution/university attended. Non-refundable UOL and UCC application fees. One passport size photograph. DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE: Attach to your application a photocopy of one of the following as proof of your full name (including any change of name) and date of birth: A birth certificate Statutory declaration Alien’s registration certificate

Passport Deed poll Marriage certificate

Passport Voter’s I.D.

Driver’s Licence

NB. Submit either the original certificate(s) showing the final awards for each qualification or photocopies of these originals verified by a British Council official. Please take an acceptable form of identification, eg.

The British Council Office certifies documents on Wednesdays only, between the hours of: 9:00 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Address for the British Council Office in Jamaica is: 26 Trafalgar Road Kingston 10 929-6915 There is a J$400 charge for each copy to be certified. All fees are subject to change. Late applications will be considered by UOL on a case-by-case basis and upon the availability of space. The Institute reserves the right to withdraw/postpone a scheduled course if the registration is insufficient. In this event, UCC will refund fees already paid towards that course.