Undergraduate Business Degrees
The University of Law offers you business undergraduate degrees with employability in mind. A degree from us means more than simply a degree name on your CV, you will be ready for the real world of work. We offer you a first class academic experience through personalised teaching in small workshop groups enabling you to gain the skills you need for the workplace such as presenting, communication and team work.
Your first great business decision
Whether you’re seeking a business degree covering all key disciplines or looking to focus on a specific area of interest in line with your career ambitions, we have a course for you.
Our BA (Hons) Business Management programme covers all key business disciplines. Those with an interest in following a career in marketing can opt for the marketing pathway. Since the course content is the same across both courses for the first two years of the four year programme, and the first year of the three year programme, if your career plans change you can easily switch to the alternative course during this time.
Both courses are available with a foundation year for those looking to develop their knowledge and study skills in preparation for undergraduate study. To enable your study to fit in with your lifestyle at The University of Law’s Business School, you can choose to study on campus in London Bloomsbury, Birmingham, Leeds or Manchester, or undertake your degree completely online. Please note the online study option isn’t available for the four year degree programmes. Applications are open for September 2019.
Our BA (Hons) International Business Management (Top Up) is aimed at International students who've obtained a HND enabling you to convert your qualification into a degree. You'll also have the opportunity to study in the UK's capital at our London Bloomsbury campus.
Our BSc Accounting and Finance is designed for those who are looking to pursue a career in accounting and finance. You will develop the foundations of accounting and finance along with the fundamentals of business. This programme will help you to become an effective accounting professional in today’s changing business environment, so that you can pursue a professional career in accounting, finance, or audit and taxation. Available to study as a three or four year (incorporating a Foundation Year) programme at our Bloomsbury campus. The foundation year will develop your accountancy skills and business mathematical knowledge along with the skills you’ll need for undergraduate study. Applications are open for September 2019.
Pre-sessional English Programme at London Bloomsbury
We offer a pre-sessional English course to our London Bloomsbury students who need to improve their English skills in order to meet the IELTS requirements for entry onto our undergraduate courses. To find out more, refer to the entry requirements for each course.
International Foundation PROGRAMME AT LONDON BLOOMSBURY
This programmes will help you develop the academic and linguistic skills required for degree level study. It will also provide you with a basic introduction to the key principles of business, to enable you to study this discipline with confidence. Find out more.
Why The University of Law Business School?
|All of our business tutors have commercial experience|
|In addition to London Bloomsbury, from September 2019, many of our courses are now offered in Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester. All campuses are based in close proximity to commercial hubs and within vibrant student areas|
|Scholarships are available for courses starting in January 2019 for students whose circumstances may otherwise prevent them from completing a business course|
|Many of our courses have been accredited by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), the UK’s only chartered professional body offering the highly coveted Chartered Manager (CMgr) status. You’ll graduate with a CMI qualification in addition to your degree|
|Our business course curriculum is dynamic, drawing on up to date knowledge and case studies taken from the latest business trends enabling our students to start thinking and acting like the next generation of business leaders|
|Development of strong relationships with business and employers to deliver excellent networking opportunities. Examples of such organisations include PwC, IBM and The London Insurance Market|
|The Business School Employability service provides a professionally qualified careers advisor throughout the course supporting with job applications, interview tips, practical skills development sessions and access to a range of resources|