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Business with Law

If you enjoy public speaking and have good written communication skills along with being a good listener, studying Law could be a good option for you.

As part of the Business Studies study programme, you will have an opportunity to study Law and undertake work around this area of study.

Whether you are heading for self-employment or big business, you will develop a range of business skills and techniques, personal skills and attributes essential for successful performance in business.

You will have the foundations to go onto degree level study, an apprenticeship or into the workplace with knowledge of marketing , financial services, recruitment issues, law and current business and economic affairs, enabling you to choose specialist progression pathways or continue to keep your options open.

Our highly qualified and experienced tutors with a range of industry backgrounds including event management, accounting, advertising, human resources, finance, marketing and sales, both in the UK and overseas, are joined by guest speakers to make your course relevant and exciting. Your learning is reinforced through practical business exercises and a variety of industry visits. In the past students have taken part in very rewarding study in Poland.

Aireville Campus
Study Location
1-2 Years
depending on Level
How your qualification is made up

Entry Requirements

  • Level 3 – 5 GCSEs 9-4 or Business Level 2 (Merit/Distinction) including English or maths GCSEs grade 9-4
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What you will study

Units
• Employment Law
• Aspects of Civil Liability Affecting Business
• Aspects of Criminal Law Impacting on Business & Individuals
• Exploring Business
• Developing a Marketing Campaign
• Personal & Business Finance
• Managing an Event
• International Business
• Principles of Management
• Business Decision Making
• Work Experience

What's Next?

Enrol for your study programme (subject).

Further Study

Degree in:

  • Law
  • Criminology
  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Probation Studies

Careers

  • Lawyer
  • Police Officer
  • Criminologist
  • PR
  • Solicitor
  • Court Officer