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Business Law and Tourism

Please note: Business Law and Tourism is not currently taking applications for 2019/20 entry.

UCAS Code: MN28

Business Law

Business Law is a fascinating subject, providing a detailed insight into the role of law in modern business practice. If you're interested in having a career in business, management, HR, commerce or government, - or perhaps are intending to setting up your own business - the Business Law degree at St Mary’s will give you the foundation you need to be successful.

The Business Law programme - which can only be studied as a joint honours degree - is designed for students who do not necessarily want to become lawyers, but have an interest in law and want to develop a detailed understanding of its operation in the business environment. On the Business Law programme, you will study Law and one of the following subjects: Business Management, History or Tourism.

The focus on practical (as well as theoretical teaching) means you can develop the analytical and critical skills essential for the commercial workplace. You'll also have the opportunity to study a range of specialist subjects that are relevant to your own aspirations.

With a wide range of option modules - including work-based learning placements - and a variety of assessment methods, such as simulated negotiation exercises and presentations, you will learn a range of skills and academic areas to discover where your true interests lie.

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Tourism

The UK tourism industry supports around two million jobs or 5% of all UK employment. By 2025 the tourist industry will grow to be worth over £257 billion and will support almost 4 million jobs (VisitBritain).

Our Tourism programme gives you the opportunity to realise the wider impact that this exciting and rapidly expanding industry plays in the world.

Not only will this prepare you for careers in the tourism industry but for other thrilling opportunities in related industries such as entertainment and leisure as well as environmental protection.

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