Certificate Courses

ICFAI Law School offers Certificate Courses in Law, namely:

  • Cyber Laws
  • Law of Financial Services
  • Immigration Laws


Pass in Class XII in any discipline or equivalent recognized by the respective Boards.

Fee Structure

Rs.15,000 per each Certificate Course.

Course Structure

The course structure includes four theory papers and one project work/assignment for each Certificate Course.

Duration of each Certificate Course

6 Months

Contact Classes

The ICFAI Law School offers 10 days weekend contact classes and the schedule of contact classes will be provided to students at the time of admission.

Medium of Instruction

The medium of instruction for all the Certificate Courses is English only.


Program Structure

Certificate Course in Cyber Laws
Paper I Introduction to Cyber Laws
Paper II IT (Information Technology) Act and Regulatory Framework
Paper III E-Commerce
Paper IV Cyber Crimes and Security Measures
Paper V Project Work or Assignment
Certificate Course in Law of Financial Services
Paper I Introduction to Financial Systems and Capital Markets
Paper II Financial Markets and Regulations
Paper III Banking and Insurance Services and Law
Paper IV Securities and Investment Law
Paper V Project Work /Assignment
Certificate Course in Immigration Laws
Paper I Introduction to Immigration
Paper II Family Based Immigration Law
Paper III Immigration based Business, Education, and Employment
Paper IV Regulatory Frame
Paper V Project Work/Assignment

Teaching at ICFAI Law School is the student centric and flexible, with a focus on what is needed for student. Thus, the legal education at the ICFAI Law School, Hyderabad is broad-based and at par with global standards. It prompts the student to Choice Based Credit system and student may opt credits/courses from various combinations of specialized courses in law such as the Business laws, Constitutional Law, International Law, and Intellectual Property Rights Law. Students are required to choose the courses from a pool of core law and management courses which may be very specific or specialized or advanced or supportive to the discipline/ subject of study or which provides an extended scope or which enables an exposure to some other discipline/ subject/domain or nurtures the candidate’s proficiency/skill. The student is facilitated to select eight honours courses from specific areas of law subject to minimum number of students opting for it. Student may undertake as many credits as he can cope with.