What are the learning outcomes?
On successful completion of Part One, candidates will be able to:
- Identify and explain in depth all the key elements of the international arbitration process;
- Evaluate issues and apply the principles of the UNCITRAL Model Law appropriately;
- Demonstrate practical skill in carrying out the tasks required in preparing for and progressing an international arbitration;
- Demonstrate skill in controlling an international arbitration, communicating effectively with the parties, applying the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules and adopting appropriate procedures.
What is my next step when I complete Part One of the course?
On successful passing of the Practice and Procedure Examination, candidates:
- will be eligible to register for Part Two – Award Writing in 2019
- will be eligible to apply for Member grade of CIArb and take advantage of a range of educational and professional benefits.
What is my next step when I complete both Part One and Two of the course?
On successful completion of the Diploma course and Module 4 Award Writing course, candidates:
- may use the designatory letters DipICArb
- will be awarded a Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration.
- will be able to progress onto the Peer Interview of the International Arbitration pathway.
- will be eligible to apply for Fellow grade of CIArb and take advantage of a range of educational and professional benefits once they have been successful in the Peer Interview.
The University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia will provide a certificate of completion and attendance for those who attend the full course.
Successful completion of the course assessment will enable students (including from other approved Australian and overseas tertiary institutions) to gain advanced standing in post-graduate programs offered by the Faculty of Law UNSW. You may wish to contact student services to discuss admission to a post-graduate program before undertaking the course. A maximum of 12 units of credit advanced standing is available.
Please send email inquiries in relation to UNSW entitlements to Dr Christopher Lemercier, Director, CLE at email@example.com.