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  • Review admission requirements and supporting documents for the programme of choice. Bear in mind that individual programme may have additional admission requirements: (LLB)   (LLM/PgDip)   (PPC)
  • Review tuition, fees and costs for the programme of choice: (LLB)   (LLM/PgDip)   (PPC)
  • Pay the non-refundable admission application fee of KYD 150.00 or USD 183.00. Application will not be processed if this fee remains outstanding.

 

          Payment Options

 

If you are an international applicant and paying from outside Cayman Islands:

    1. Pay via international wire transfer. Visit IntPay@TBLS to place your order and to get detailed payment instructions; or
    2. Pay by bank draft (made payable to Truman Bodden Law School), which can be mailed or couriered to TBLS together with your supporting documents; or
    3. Pay by credit/debit card over the phone. Please send an email first to kady.daley@gov.ky to get detailed instructions.  

If you are a local applicant and paying within Cayman Islands:

    1. Visit TBLS Admin Office and pay by cash, credit/debit card or bank draft; or
    2. Pay via direct deposit/electronic fund transfer (EFT) through your local bank. Visit Pay@TBLS to place your order and to get detailed payment instructions; or
    3. Pay by credit/debit card over the phone. Please send an email first to kady.daley@gov.ky to get detailed instructions.
  • Submit your application online and mail/courier/drop off supporting documents to:

 

Truman Bodden Law School
P.O. Box 1568
54 Edward Street, George Town
Grand Cayman, KY1-1110
CAYMAN ISLANDS
Tel: 345-945-0077

  • If you were invited to sit the Mature Entrance Examination, click HERE for further details and to submit a separate online application.

Truman Bodden Law School is committed to ensuring the security and protection of the personal information that we process, and to provide a compliant and consistent approach to data protection in accordance with the Cayman Islands Data Protection Act.