"The tutors were always available to the students and always very willing to help and never failed to give me guidance. The study days were a very rich component of the course."
"I have increased my career prospects and improved my knowledge in business"
Includes the study of IP agreements with issues of licensing, compliance with EU competition law and commercial confidentiality
One of the many benefits of studying with DMU is the flexibility it gives you. Find out more about the many advantages it provides.
When you undertake a course by distance learning, you decide when and where you study - the flexible and convenient learning solution to meet your needs
Benefit from the experienced tutor faculty who are on hand to guide you through every aspect of the programme including new tutor Jo McCarthy from Nelsons
Increasingly we all face more pressures in our business lives and finding the time to attend courses can be very difficult. Distance learning is the solution to your training needs; it allows you the full benefits of studying for a recognised UK university qualification whilst still in full-time employment using this freedom and flexibility to your advantage.
You can set the pace at which you learn and decide when, where and how long you want to study for. One of the most beneficial factors of distance learning study is that you can apply your learning, knowledge, skills and expertise to your work straight away and help to further your career.
Business Law in the UK and the EU
- Aspects of European Union Law
- Business Law Concepts
- Business Regulatory Regime
Aspects of Discrimination in Business
Civil Liberties in the Workplace
Collective Labour Law
European e-Commerce Law
Corporate Insolvency Law
Personal Insolvency Law
Sale and Supply of Goods
EU Competition Law
Individual Labour Law
Intellectual Property Law
Law of Health & Safety
Law of International Trade
Private International Law
And you can tailor the course to fit your specific job role and industry by selecting modules from other LLM programmes as well! Find out more on the prospectus for Business Law/International Business Law by distance learning 2014
Students who have successfully taken the Legal Practice Course (LPC) and have pursued at least two electives falling within the general business law area may be admitted directly onto the second year of study. They will qualify for the award of LLM in Business Law by studying the equivalent of one 30 credit module and by writing a 15,000 word dissertation. Such students can enrol between September and December 2014 (or earlier) and will commence their study at the same time as those students who have just completed their first year of the course and are progressing on to their second year in January 2015.
"The LLM course has made a real difference to my career pathways and has allowed me to develop my career in areas that I may not have previously considered"