|Location||United Kingdom, High Wycombe|
|Type||Bachelor courses, full-time|
|Nominal duration||3 years|
|Tuition fee||To be confirmed|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
IELTS: 6.0 (with a minimum of 5.5 in each band)
At least 1 reference(s) must be provided.
During this course you will gain specialist knowledge of the law relating to the regulation and commercial activities of businesses large and small. Whether you’re interested in a career in the legal profession, business, or the law-related areas of accountancy, financial regulation, insurance and government services, our Business Law degree could be for you.
You’ll learn the fine details of criminal law, contract law, tort, public law, European Union law, land law and equity & trusts. These are core areas required by the Solicitor’s Regulation Authority and Bar Council and will be covered throughout your time with us.
You’ll concentrate on the interactive and dynamic nature of law and legal practice and be provided with opportunities for legal research, scholarship and debate at all levels.
Alongside specific areas of the legal profession including media law and the English legal system, you’ll take modules in professional skills, intellectual property and economic analysis. These modules help bring a broader outlook on the industry and hone your skills to a level ready for the workplace.
We’ll focus on training you to become a successful lawyer, eligible to practice across a number of legal areas. You’ll acquire the necessary skills in communication, problem solving, research and analytical competencies.
Law of Contract
English Legal System
Professional Skills 1
EU Constitutional & Procedural Law
Professional Skills 2
Law of Tort
EU Internal Market Law
Professional Skills 3
Intellectual Property Law 1
Equity and Trusts
Law of Property
Many graduates of this course go on to take the professional courses needed to become a solicitor or barrister. The skills and knowledge you acquire throughout this degree will also equip you well for the the law-related areas of accountancy, financial regulation and insurance. Alternatively, you may wish to follow a path into business, government and the public and charity sectors. This may include working for the intelligence services, politics and the police.