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The University of Law has a rich heritage dating back to 1876. As the largest law school in the UK, a number of notable alumni contribute to their strong reputation and innovative teaching practices. The University of Law Business School, founded in 2016, is a faculty offering employment-focussed, accredited programmes, supported by close industry ties.
With a distinct focus on practical workplace skills, The University of Law Business School prepares our students to enter the world of business – whether as part of an existing organisation, or embarking on their own entrepreneurial ventures. We pride ourselves on creating the right learning environment to help you achieve your business goals, placing a strong emphasis on employability. Our extensive industry contacts enable first-hand experience of professional operations worldwide.Our business qualifications are applicable across a number of different sectors, and we ensure our experienced staff, industry connections, and teaching methods employ the same approach to business education as to legal training.
Our Employability Service team are consistently successful in helping students engage with top businesses, and make connections through one-to-one advice and workshops.Students and graduates can also make use of long-established associations with professional bodies in the legal and business world, through our Student Employability Programme and job vacancy database.
All of the Business School’s online Business Management programmes have been accredited by The Chartered Management Institute (CMI), meaning graduates receive a CMI qualification in addition to their degree.In addition, The University of Law was awarded Gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework, 2017.
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