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Loans & Plans

Loans & Plans

Law Training Centre understands that funding your studies can often be a barrier to a career in law, and we want to help you surpass these hurdles.

We are passionate about breaking down the barriers to studying law, so we offer a range of options to help you access a legal education.

On this page, you can find information about loan options and instalment plans available for Law Training Centre learners. These can be used alongside bursaries and scholarships that you are eligible for. Find out more about our bursaries and scholarships here.

You can also view and compare all of our available instalment plans on our Course Fees page.


Professional Qualifications Loan

Law Training Centre has a partnership with Lendwise to help you fund both your course fees as well as the cost of your exam/s.

Lendwise is a professional qualifications loan provider through which candidates can fund their postgraduate and professional qualification studies.

With Lendwise, you can also use your loan towards memberships, manuals, exams, and other course-related costs.

Once you submit an application on Lendwise’s website, Lendwise will inform you whether you have been provisionally approved for a loan. You will then be asked to provide some relevant documentation to complete the process of the approval of your loan.

Your course fees will then be funded directly to Law Training Centre. Please contact Lendwise directly to apply for your loan today.


Short-term instalment plan for Law Training Centre learners

To support our learners even further, Law Training Centre offers flexible instalment plans to break down your payments into more manageable chunks.

If you are worried about paying and would like to discuss our instalment plans, our dedicated Student Services Team can help explain your options and find the right payment plan for you.

If you (or your sponsor) are paying via instalments, you are required to provide two forms of identification to confirm name and address, one form being photographic identification i.e. valid driving licence or passport, and the other form being proof of address i.e. current utility bill or bank statement dated within 3 months of your application.

To view a full breakdown of all of our instalment plans for all of our courses, please visit our Course Fees page.

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