Undergraduate BA (Hons)

Business Management with Law

Give yourself the edge in the employment market by learning to observe the business world from a legal perspective on this business management law course.

Business Management with Law

Course Overview

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  • Main location

    City Campus
  • Attendance

  • Duration

    3 Years
  • Start date

    18 Sep 2023

Develop a dynamic combination of practical business knowledge and legal expertise and open doors to a range of career opportunities.

As part of your course you’ll:

  • Examine core business principles including finance, communications, entrepreneurship and human resource management
  • Cover legal aspects such as copyright, commercial law, company law, intellectual property rights and media and entertainment law
  • Learn from a teaching team made up of experienced business and legal professionals who have professional relationships with key employers in Leeds such as Eversheds, DAC Beachcroft and Wm Morrison Supermarkets PLC

Our guest lecture programme will give you the chance to enhance your knowledge and inspire your learning. High-profile speakers have included ministers, judges and the CEO of the London Stock Exchange. To view and register for any upcoming guest lectures, visit our university events webpage.

You’ll be encouraged to undertake a work placement, and with our strong links to industry you'll be able to gain access to a number of major employers within Leeds, the region's centre for legal and financial services.

Leeds Law School has a dedicated building at the heart of our City Campus, with its own bespoke courtroom, giving you the opportunity to witness mock trials and mooting competitions.


Why study Business Management with Law at Leeds Beckett University...

  1. Open doors to a range of career opportunities by developing a dynamic combination of practical business knowledge and legal expertise
  2. Work alongside a teaching team who have links to national and multinational organisations
  3. Utilise the university's connections with local law firms and businesses to take a paid work placement that will help develop employability skills

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