This particular degree has a great deal of relevance in today’s business world. would you not agree?
I was looking at this area of law as I am interested in International Accounting Standards and wondered how this related to the area of International Law. was the legal profession focusing on this and was there a degree that was targeted in this area. Most law degrees seemed to have a focus on UK and European Law and I felt that was a little insular today. Guess what? I found a degree run by London School of Business and Finance through The University of Bradford with a programme designed to reflect the modern international marketplace and aimed at giving business leaders a solid grasp of the legal processes that govern business in the modern global marketplace.
The program concentrates on key areas of international business law, investigating its impact on the overall control of UK, European and international business and social enterprises. Core subjects include international trade law, competition law, and corporate governance and examining the ways in which international law impacts business practices. Two specialist modules are also available.
I am interested that as well as this clearly being suitable for budding lawyers there is the comment on the Web site that this particular course of studies would be suitable for those studying accountancy. Now when I was studying this was not an option, but as an accountant I can see tremendous value to this.
What do others think of this course please?