- Subject Area
- Business, Professional & Trade Union Education
- Age Group
(Full Time - 2 years)
In today’s fast-paced, interconnected world, business law can play a huge role in the success or failure of a business. If you want to develop all the essential enterprising skills you’ll need to succeed with a focus on the legal profession, this course is an ideal place to begin.
You’ll focus on all the ins and outs of business law, as well as looking at the common pitfalls that affect businesses both large and small. You’ll learn about every aspect of the business world, including marketing, finance and human resource management, while exploring how each of these areas interacts with the legal profession.
Every unit of this diploma is designed to help you develop the tools and resources you’ll need to develop a rewarding career in business, with opportunities to enhance your management skills and create a long-term plan for your future.
The only requirement we have for you to enrol on this course is a minimum of 5 GCSEs at grade C or above, including both Maths and English. It would also be helpful to have previous experience studying business or law, but this isn’t essential. Due to Government changes to grading systems for GCSES in 16/17, please follow the below link to see specific entry criteria for school leavers School Leaver Entry Requirements
How will I be assessed?
Assessment for this course is solely focused on specific assignments with each topic. Every assignment will be different, and could involve group work or role plays, individual presentations or written course work.
Continuing Your Journey
Advancing onto university or completing a degree-level course with us here at The Manchester College is a great next step to take after completing this Level 3 BTEC. You could enrol on a business foundation degree, or a specific law programme.Careers page
These courses will add to the skills, abilities and knowledge you’ve already developed and help you on your way to a promising job in any number of law or business-related careers. You could become a legal specialist in criminal law, a barrister with a focus on corporate law, or a solicitor who deals in family law – the choice is yours.
Fees, Finance & Funding
This course is free to enrol on if you’re 16-18 years old, but if you’re over 19, you might have to pay a tuition fee for this qualification.Fees, finance and funding page
We have a large number of finance and funding options to help you afford any of the courses here at The Manchester College, and you might find you’re eligible for a reduction, a grant or a special loan. We’ve got a dedicated page to explain and help you understand the variety of fees, finance and funding support.
Got a question?
Our course enquiries team is on-hand to answer any questions you might have about this qualification, the application process, enrolment, or anything else about life at The Manchester College.Make an enquiry
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