University of London Preparatory Course
The BSc Management with Law degree is designed to create opportunities for students to prepare for careers in which law and management overlap and an understanding of both fields is desired. Find out more about managing organisations, and the external environment in which they operate. Discover how organisations respond to change and plan strategically for the future. Gain an insight into the relationship between various aspects of the legal system and the business environment.
This degree is recommended if…
- You wish to pursue a career in law or management related areas or run a legal practice.
- You are seeking employment either in the public or private sector, where a demonstrated ability for logical reasoning is required.
What are my career options?
There is a strong demand for management with law graduates in all types of industrial, commercial and financial organisations, as well as the public sector– particularly with additional law knowledge. You could find yourself working for a small independent or medium-sized company to one of the larger blue chip companies, which tend to offer more structured training, experience and promotion opportunities. Alternatively, you could become a self-employed consultant which can bring opportunities and challenges too.
Conduct of Courses
Courses will be conducted through classroom lectures and tutorials.
Admission RequirementsStandard Entry
- At least 17 years of age on or before 30 November in the year of registration
- Minimum 2 GCE A-levels H2 and 3 GCE O-levels
The degree consists of 12 courses when taken through the Standard Route.
|LA1031||Legal System and Method|
|LA2001||Principles of Accounting|
|LA3002||Business and Management in a Global Context|
|LA3021||Equity and Trusts|
|LA3005||Core Management Concepts|
|LA3021||Human Resource Management|
|12 courses to graduate|
(1) Formative assessment for Common Law Reasoning and Institutions is conducted through an online research assessment. A case note needs to be submitted online to the university which will be a prerequisite for attempting Part A of the examination. Failure to submit the case note by the due date will result in failure of Part A of the examination. There is no formative assessment for the other courses. (2) Summative assessment for all courses is through a 3 hour unseen written examination set by the University of London. The examination is held in May/June each year.
Requirements for GraduationStandard Entry
Each degree through the Standard Route consists of 12 full courses. To be considered for the award, students must attempt and pass every element of the assessment for all 12 full courses.
Intake & Duration
|Full-Time (evening):||26 June 2017 - 12 January 2018|
|Duration (per year):||6 Months|
|Number of Years:||1|
|Full-Time:||1 is to 30|
|Part-Time:||1 is to 30|
|Stansfield Course Fees|
|Tuition Fees (Part-Time):||$||5,885|
|Tuition Fees (Full-Time):||$||6,955|
|University of London Fees (Per Academic Year)|
|First year of study|
|Fee per module||£||107|
|Application & Initial registration fee||£||816|
|Examination fee (four full courses)||£||816|
|Following years of study (for Resit/Degree)|
|Continuing registration fee||£||368|
|Examination fee (four full courses)||£||800|