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  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements Standard university entry requirements apply GCSE English, mathematics and a science at grade C, or equivalent For degree programmes we ask for at least 180 UCAS points. These can be made up from the following: a maximum of 60 points may be obtained from AS-levels or ASVCEs alone; at least 180 points should be obtained from A-levels or AVCEs (formerly AGNVQs) or at least 12 A-level points, if taken before 2002; or an Advanced GNVQ with a minimum Merit profile (if taken before 2002); or a BTEC National Diploma with at least five Merits during the final year; or an International Baccalaureate, with at least 24 points
  • Academic Title
    Business Law, BA Hons
  • Course description
    On this programme, students will benefit from a curriculum that is designed to provide practical experience which will complement their academic understanding of business and legal issues with the aim of bridging the gap between academic study and practical experience.  Graduates are trained to work broadly within the legal profession with the ability to investigate and advise on intellectual property issues, company formation and structure, copyright in existing and new media and the legal dimensions of international business. This programme has been built around the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators International Qualifying Scheme and was motivated by the changing demands of modern businesses.  The degree is built to provide a mixture of law, business and personal development that makes it a unique programme in the UK. Mastering how the law affects business can give you a real edge in your career.

    Students will spend a significant amount of time working on real business problems.  An inseparable part of teaching and learning will be dedicated to developing communication and other transferable skills that will prepare graduates for almost any type of business they choose to work in the fields of management and law. The degree is built up of individual courses, so learners can achieve their goals step by step.

    Students will gain comprehensive knowledge of business environment and organisational behaviour. Particular emphasis is given to the role of the courts, governments and international agents in the development of the law which regulates the global business environment and multinational enterprises. The programme will offer an opportunity for critical analysis of the complex legal matters which can arise in business context. Individual courses will develop a critical awareness of, and an ability to utilize, available legal tools and techniques in the framework of modern business. In-class curricula and independent learning will allow students to develop valuable communication skills, master their confidence and get ideas across.

    The practical focus will allows graduates to enter the workplace with a highly marketable range of knowledge, skills and experience.
    Year 1
    -Personal Professional Skills for studying Business Law
    -Context and Regulatory Framework for Business
    -Comparative Legal Systems and Corporate Governance Worldwide
    -Business Planning and Development
    -Applied Business Law 
    Year 2
    -Personal Professional Development
    -Human Resource Management
    -Management Information Systems
    -Contract Negotiations and Enforcement
    -Employment Law
    -Company Law
    -Financial and Management Accounting International Trade Law

    Year 3
    -Business Strategy
    -Corporate Law and Administration
    -International Competition and Intellectual Property Law
    -International Business Management

    Career options
    -Supporting Services in law firm
    -Legal/Company Secretary
    -Law Commission
    -Patent Attorney
    -Police Work
    -Recruitment Consultant
    -Legal Academic
    -Legal Publishing and/or progression route to LPC/BVC

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