Organisations around the world face increasingly complex and inter-linked challenges, so this course blends essential themes of business, law and internationalisation.
This single honours course explores the interconnectedness of these three themes, helping you to achieve a critical understanding of the legal frameworks which shape business at UK, EU and international levels. You’ll learn key business and legal skills, looking at issues such as contracts and company law. You’ll develop a critical awareness of the social, political and comparative contexts in which law operates, while studying business and management in the private and public sectors and learning about core disciplines within business (for example, you might look at marketing and human resource management).
We accept a number of EU and International qualifications for entry to our degree programmes.
Please note that there will normally be English Language requirements for entry to our courses.
Contact us for specific entry requirements for your chosen course and country.
Global Business Environment
Introduction to International Business
Management in Context
Markets and Hierarchies
Foundations of Human Resource Management
Public International Law
Managing in the MNC
International Supply Chain Management
Law in a Business Context
Critical Perspectives on Management Research
Law and Ethics
Operations and Quality Management
European Union Law
Comparative Business Cultures
International Business Strategies
Business in Emerging Economies
International Human Rights
Leading Change and Entrepreneurship
Global Labour Regulation
International Human Resource Management
Globalisation and Environment
Managing International Projects
This highly relevant and contemporary course will prepare you well for opportunities in fields such as management, consultancy, IT and journalism; with further study you could go on to become a solicitor, barrister or educator. This programme does not provide a ‘qualifying law degree’ in itself (enabling you to practise law), but the law modules comply, where appropriate, with the requirements of the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Bar Standards Board.
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