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The Law and Business programme is a single honours programme designed for students who do not necessarily want to become lawyers but have an interest in law and wish to understand its operation in a business environment.The degrees focus on practical (as well as theoretical) teaching means the student can develop the analytical and critical skills essential for formulating legal arguments. They will also have the opportunity to study a range of specialist subjects that are relevant to their
The Law and Business programme is a single honours programme designed for students who do not necessarily want to become lawyers but have an interest in law and wish to understand its operation in a business environment.The degree's focus on practical (as well as theoretical) teaching means the student can develop the analytical and critical skills essential for formulating legal arguments. They will also have the opportunity to study a range of specialist subjects that are relevant to their aspirations.With a wide range of option modules - including work-based learning placements - and a diverse variety of assessment methods, such as simulated negotiation exercises and delivering presentations, the student will learn through experiencing the law, not just through exams.This BA (Hons) in Law and Business with Foundation Year is not a qualifying Law degree so if you want to become a solicitor you will need to follow the Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) route. If you want to become a barrister you will need to first complete a Law Conversion Course/Graduate Diploma in Law.If you want to study a qualifying Law degree at St Mary's we have LLB Law with Foundation Year and LLB Law with Business with Foundation Year.Our four-year degree programmes (including a foundation year) provide an alternative route to undergraduate study at university if you do not have the grades to access higher education in the traditional way.You may be a college or school leaver, or a mature student who would like to return to studying.