THE UNIVERSITY OF LAW

Business Management

BA (Hons)  |  Placement Year:   No

This course is designed for students who would like to pursue a career in business or management. You’ll develop the proficiencies that create effective managerial behaviour within different organisations in today’s changing business environment. You’ll gain both the knowledge and skills employers are looking for including research, presentation, critical analysis, problem solving, team-work and entrepreneurship.

After graduating you’ll have a variety of career options available to you, including roles such as a management consultant, business analyst, operations manager, or an entrepreneur. If you would like to further your studies after graduating, you could consider the following postgraduate options: MSc Business Management, Master in Business Administration (MBA), or Chartered Management Institute’s postgraduate qualifications.

Programme description

This course is designed for students who would like to pursue a career in business or management. You’ll develop the proficiencies that create effective managerial behaviour within different organisations in today’s changing business environment. You’ll gain both the knowledge and skills employers are looking for including research, presentation, critical analysis, problem solving, team-work and entrepreneurship.

After graduating you’ll have a variety of career options available to you, including roles such as a management consultant, business analyst, operations manager, or an entrepreneur. If you would like to further your studies after graduating, you could consider the following postgraduate options: MSc Business Management, Master in Business Administration (MBA), or Chartered Management Institute’s postgraduate qualifications.

Key Modules

his course is delivered in an interactive way, with learning taking place both in and outside the classroom environment. 

In the Years 1 and 2, four contact hours per module per week are split between two 2 hour small workshops, so as to promote group interaction and facilitate personal support. 

In the final year, three contact hours per module per week are split between an hour lecture and a 2 hour small workshop. 

This means students should expect 12 hours of overall contact time per week in the Year 1 and Year 2, and 9 hours of overall contact time per week in Year 3. 

Face-to-face learning is supported by online resources, including the Financial Times, case studies, simulations, learning videos, reading materials, online testing, and feedback. Students will receive their core textbooks free of charge. 

In addition, all the University of Law Business School's programmes are supported by our Virtual Learning Environment: Elite. This is the first point of call for academic information, such as details of assessments, lecture sequences and online copies of all study materials. 

Students also have access to our online library facilities and learning resources from the Chartered Management Institute, the Chartered Institute of Marketing and the Financial Times. These resources provide a range of professional and business based materials that represent the latest market trends, with sector-based articles and analysis reports. 

The programme involves a considerable amount of group work and group assessment, and up to 25% of the assessment takes this form. The assessments are designed to meet the learning outcomes both academically and professionally. This involves seminars, workshops, tests, presentations, assignments, and exams. 

Module & Subject

Year1

 Essentials of Management 
- Academic and Professional Studies 
- Principles of Marketing 
- Accounting and Finance 
- International Business Environment 
- Managing and Leading People 

Year2 

Leading Change 
- Corporate Responsibility 
- Economics, Economy and Trade 
- Personal and Professional Development

 Information and Resource Management 
- Financial Management 
- Personal Finance 
- Contemporary Human Resource Management 
- International Human Resource Management 
- Customer Behaviour 
- Marketing Communications in the Digital World

Year3

 Sector Specific Project or Sector Internship 
- Global Leadership 
- Strategic Management 
- Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Effective Managerial Decision Making 
- Financial Risk Management 
- International Digital Marketing 
- Strategic Human Resource Management 

Entry Requirements

International Foundation Programme, Higher Secondary School Certificate/Intermediate Certificate 50% or GPA 3.0 or B

2 year accelerated LLB, 3 year LLB degrees, & i-LLB - Higher Secondary School certificate 80% or GPA 5.0

4 year LLB degrees with Foundation year - Higher Secondary School certificate 70% or GPA 4.0Overall band score of 6.5 with no one component below 6.0.

Foundation Campus
No Foundation
Course Option
Course Duration: 3 years
Course Fee:  13000.00
Course Level: 
Application Deadline 
International Student:   (15,July)
Location
Country:  UNITED KINGDOM
Campus Location:  London Bloomsbury
Intake Deadline
SEPTEMBER