Virtual Accelerated Route to Fellowship International Arbitration Assessment 2024


Date & Time:
10 June 2024

Bookable until:
26 May 2024

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£1,875.00 GBP

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“I would unreservedly recommend [this] course. It exceeded my expectations, with excellent tutors, comprehensive preparatory materials, and was also a great chance to meet others in the international arbitration field.”Alastair Tomson, Barrister, 4 Stone Buildings, London, England

The Accelerated Route to Fellowship is an intensive five-day assessment programme. It is designed to assess whether you have the knowledge and skills required to:

  • Apply the principles and procedure of international arbitration using arbitration legislation based on the UNCITRAL Model Law and Arbitration Rules.
  • Write a reasoned and enforceable Arbitration Award.

Upon successfully completing the programme, you can apply to become a Ciarb Fellow. Fellowship (FCIArb) is internationally recognised and respected. When you become a Ciarb Fellow, you join a distinguished group of experienced alternative dispute resolution (ADR) practitioners. Fellowship unlocks eligibility to join Ciarb’s and other global dispute panels.


How is the programme delivered?

The Accelerated Route to Fellowship is a five-day assessment programme. Virtual assessment workshops take place on days one to four.


How will I be assessed?

The final assessment takes place on day five when you will be given 48 consecutive hours within a five-day window to submit your answers online. You must achieve a minimum overall mark of 65% to pass.


What are the entry requirements?

In order to register for the Accelerated Route to Fellowship in International Arbitration, you must submit evidence to show you:

  • Have a minimum of 5 years’ practical experience of international arbitration either as a representative or an international arbitrator;
  • Have substantial knowledge of the framework of international arbitration;
  • Can recognise and evaluate evidence;
  • Can significantly evaluate and apply the principles and requirements of an international arbitration, and;
  • Can noticeably demonstrate practical skill in the carrying out of tasks required in preparing for and progressing an international arbitration.

Once accepted onto the programme, we highly recommend that non-lawyers first complete the Module 2 Law of Obligations Exemption Test before starting the Accelerated Route to Fellowship. This is to ensure familiarity with both common and civil law legal principles. Access to the exemption test is free of charge in this context.


How do I apply?

To be considered for this assessment programme, please send your CV to Andrea Khan at by 26 May 2024. Alternatively, please complete the attached form.


To unlock this course/assessment, you need to have at least one of the below prerequisites completed

No additional courses are unlocked by this course

No additional Membership Grades are unlocked by this course