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Faculty of Business, Law and Politics

Law with Business Management

UndergraduateLLB

Year of entry:
UCAS code: M1N1

What you'll study

First year

* Modules are subject to availability

Core modules

  • Systems of Justice

    Develop your understanding of law as a fundamental social institution. You'll develop your intellectual skills and competencies, learn how to 'think like a lawyer', and reflect critically on your understanding of 'justice', with reference to contemporary social issues.

  • Introduction to Law and its Study

    This module provides you with a basic introduction to law and the key skills necessary for its study. In particular, you will develop and practise skills of academic writing, problem solving and research that are required to study law with success.

  • Business Environments

    This module introduces you to the wider environments - economic, political, social, legal, cultural - that businesses operate in and in turn help shape. You'll examine the tools for assessing how various market structures and changes in these environments may impact upon the conduct and performance of business.

  • Public Law

    In this module, you will study the law governing the UK state. You'll develop an understanding of such matters as parliamentary sovereignty, the rule of law, the separation of powers and the three branches of government, human rights and judicial review.

  • Criminal Law

    Develop a strong and critical understanding of the core values underlying the criminal law in England and Wales. You'll focus on topics including property offences, non-fatal offences against the person, defences and inchoate offences.

  • World Economy

    This module provides an introduction to the world economy. You'll study the nature of, and change in, the world economy from an economic perspective complemented by a social, political and institutional understanding. You'll develop insights into key contemporary issues associated with international trade, international finance, regional groupings such as the European Community, climate change and others.

Second year

* Modules are subject to availability

Core modules

  • Tort Law

    You will study the general framework and key concepts of the law of tort. You'll analyse the principles and rules governing liability for negligence, analyse the principles governing tort damages, consider the grounds of liability and evaluate the role of tort law in modern society.

  • European Union Law

    This module provides basic knowledge of the law of the European Union. You'll consider the operation of the internal market and how to 'access' it, the state of Brexit negotiations and the available alternative models for continuous partnership with the EU.

  • Responsible Business in Society

    Examine the challenges to business practice from the social and environmental responsibility agenda. You'll explore concepts like responsible business, corporate social responsibility, business ethics and sustainable development. And you'll learn to understand them in a global context.

  • Obligations II - The Law of Contract

    Develop an understanding of the main rules and principles relevant to the law of contract under English law. You'll focus on contract formation and enforceability, factors that may render a contract void, the interpretation of contractual terms and potential remedies for breach of contract.

  • Foundations of Commercial and Corporate Law

    Examine the fundamental aspects of the law governing commercial transactions. You'll study the nature of commercial law, the law of business organisations, the law of agency, the law of sales and the law of personal property and secured transactions.

  • Organisational Management

    You will explore different approaches to organisational management and be given the opportunity to integrate theory and practice. You'll consider a variety of organising practices, the assumptions that underpin them (ranging from the highly mechanistic to more holistic, systemic perspectives), and the outcomes achieved in complex, dynamic operating environments.

Final year

* Modules are subject to availability

Core modules

  • Trusts: Managing for Others

    This module will introduce you to the legal concept of the trust and develop an understanding of the role the device plays in facilitating and regulating the management of wealth for others in modern society.

  • Land Use and Regulation

    Develop insight into the political, social and economic issues surrounding the use and regulation of land. You'll cover topics such as co-ownership, leases, and private and public regulation of the use of land.

  • Equality and Human Rights

    Understand the nature of prejudice and discrimination. You'll gain an understanding of anti-discrimination law and policy, and the theories around the protected characteristics in European and domestic anti-discrimination law, including approaches such as feminism, difference theory, the social model of disability, heteronormativity and cisgenderism.

Optional modules

  • The Law of Business Organisations

    Law plays a vital role in the creation, operation and regulation of business organisations. You'll study the way in which the law facilitates the creation and operation of partnerships of private companies and the regulation that is imposed upon them.

  • Dissertation

  • Introduction to Law and Economics

    This module provides you with a non-technical introduction to one of the most powerful modern approaches to law. You'll learn how to apply the tools of economic reasoning to the analysis of rules and doctrines in property, tort, contract, and criminal law.

  • International Business

    This module focuses on the core concepts and practical applications of cross border business activities. You will explore the controversies and complexities surrounding international business issues and environments.

  • Critical Concepts in HRM

    Develop a critical appreciation of the core theoretical ideas and assumptions which underpin HRM policy and the pursuit of best practice within organisations.

  • Sustainability Reporting and Communication

    Increasingly society expects companies to report what their impacts are and explain how they are addressing them. In this module, you'll explore the questions of ‘what’ companies should report on, ‘why’, and ‘how’ to communicate it effectively to both specialist and non-specialist audiences.

  • Employment Law

    This module offers a critical examination of the role of law in the workplace. You'll consider the protection offered to those in work by employment law, the operation of work contracts, remedies available to wronged workers and the law on discrimination in the workplace.

  • Law Clinic

    Experience law in practice, advising real clients with real problems, researching legal issues and writing letters of advice under the supervision of professionally-qualified members of staff.

  • Business Strategies

  • Leadership and Change Management

  • Business Project Management

    This module introduces a number of concepts, techniques, and methods designed to aid the successful management of projects. You'll consider differences in management thinking and in particular the different principles and assumptions that underpin various approaches for planning and undertaking projects.

  • Management Consulting

    You will be introduced to management consulting and a range of tools and techniques which are used in consulting projects. You'll also get plenty of opportunities to apply these in a number of team-based activities.

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More about this course

Combine the study of law with a focus on commercial law, business management, and economics and you’ll build a strong foundation for a future career as a law or business professional. Law is all-pervasive in the business environment, any law professional would benefit from an understanding of business practice, and those in business need a good knowledge of legal systems. You’ll learn to ‘think like a lawyer’, undertake relevant legal research, and apply your knowledge of legal and business management to broad social problems and challenges. You can choose to spend an extra year abroad at one of our partner institutions in Europe, enhancing your studies from an international perspective.

This programme allows you to put your theory into practice, engaging with real-world problems and case studies. In the final year, students can take the Law Clinic module and gain mentored work experience, providing legal advice to real clients. Studying at Hull gives you the opportunity to get involved in a wealth of extracurricular activities to boost your employability. The Student Law Society runs an extensive programme of competitions in mooting, negotiating and client interviewing.

Teaching and Learning
Scheduled
Placement
Independent

First year

18%

82%

Second year

15%

85%

Final year

14%

86%

Assessment
Written
Practical
Coursework

First year

18%

3%

79%

Second year

25%

75%

Final year

8%

92%

Our teaching staff

Law has been taught at Hull since 1927 and our staff are at the forefront of research, scholarship and teaching.

Our LLB degrees are accredited by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Bar Standards Board as a Qualifying Law Degree.

Learn with state-of-the-art business software in our inspiring Grade II listed buildings.

Find out more

You'll have the opportunity to provide legal advice to real clients through our Legal Advice Centre and Law Clinic.

Entry requirements

2019 Tariff points: 120 points. Points can be from any qualification on the UCAS tariff, but must include at least 80 points from 

  • A levels
  • BTEC Subsidiary Diploma, Diploma or Extended Diploma
  • OCR Cambridge Technical Introductory Diploma, Diploma or Extended Diploma
  • CACHE Diploma or Extended Diploma
  • Irish Leaving Certificate
  • Scottish Highers
  • Welsh Baccalaureate Advanced Diploma
  • or a combination of appropriate Level 3 qualifications

UCAS has changed the way that qualifications earn points under the Tariff system. Please click here to work out your estimated points and to find out more about how the University of Hull considers qualifications.

Alternative qualifications 

  • IB Diploma: 30 points
  • Access to HE Diploma: Pass with 45 credits at merit

We welcome applicants with a range of qualifications from the UK and worldwide which may not exactly match the combinations shown above. Please contact the University’s Admissions Service for individual guidance.

At a glance

For this course, you'll need...

120 UCAS points

Points can be made up of a variety of qualifications. Calculate your points here.

We welcome a range of qualifications from the UK and worldwide which may not be listed.

Many of our courses offer a Foundation Year for applicants without the qualifications for direct entry on to the degree.

If you have any questions about our entry requirements or the tariff, please contact admissions or call 01482 466100.

International students

If you require a Tier 4 student visa to study or if your first language is not English you will be required to provide acceptable evidence of your English language proficiency level.

This course requires academic IELTS 6.5 overall, with no less than 5.5 in each skill. For other English language proficiency qualifications acceptable by this University, please click here.

If your English currently does not reach the University's required standard for this programme, you may be interested in one of our English language courses.

Visit your country page to find out more about our entry requirements.

Fees and funding

  • Home/EU: £9,250 per year*
  • International: £14,000 per year

*The amount you pay may increase each year, in line with inflation.

UK and EU students can take out a tuition fee loan to cover the cost of their course, and UK students can take out a maintenance loan of up to £8,700 to cover living costs.

Substantial discounts are available for International students.  

More information on fees can be found in the Money section of the website.

 

Future Prospects

The LLB Law with Business is a qualifying law degree, and many of our students go on to take the Legal Practice Course, with some opting for the Bar Professional Training Course or legal executive training. But with added commercial awareness and knowledge, you have an even wider variety of careers open to you within business, accountancy or local government.

We put on a variety of careers events to help you to boost your employability and complement the University's Careers and Employability Service provision.