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Law with Business

Entry Year: 2025

Key information

LLB (Hons)
3 years
September 2025
UCAS code
Institution code
Typical A-Level offer
Grades A*AA at A-Level. Excludes General Studies and Critical Thinking.
Full entry requirements (including contextual admissions)
Home fees
Overseas fees
Fees for 2025 entry will appear here shortly

*These fees are for the 2024-25 academic year and are provided as a guideline. Fees for 2025-26 have not yet been set.


Driven to pursue a career in law, but also have an interest in business and management? We have the solution.

Explore how the law affects and operates in the world of business. And enjoy the freedom to study the areas that interest you most, whether that's contract law, intellectual property, management of human resources or something else.

There's no better place to study these two subjects than London. The city is a business hub and a centre for legal expertise and innovation. You'll graduate with legal and business insights that will prove invaluable whether you continue your studies or kickstart your career.

You'll study a combination of modules from both the School of Law and the School of Business and Management. This includes compulsory modules, so you meet Bar Council and Law Society requirements.

You'll learn about legal issues in management and pick from optional business modules. At the same time, we'll help you build a foundation in law, looking at Acts of Parliament and EU legislation while mastering the skills you need to understand legal documents.

Tell us where you want to go, and we'll help you get there. We partner with multinational companies such as PwC and connect you with law experts at major City firms such as Reed Smith.

You can also opt to apply for the competitive and highly prestigious, Law with Business with a Year in Practice. This extended, four-year degree gives you the unique opportunity to complete an eight-month, paid work placement at a leading legal service provider with whom we partner in your third year. These employer opportunities are at a number of international law firms, an in-house legal team, family law practices and a charity.


Year 1


  • Public Law
  • Contract Law I: Formation and Vitiation
  • Contract Law II: Terms, Breach and Remedies
  • European Union Law
  • Contemporary Legal Issues in Business Management – Semester A
  • Contemporary Issues in Law and Business  Semester B

Choose one from

  • Fundamentals of Management
  • Introduction to Marketing and Communications
  • Accounting for Business
  • Business and Society
  • Introduction to Financial Accounting

Please note that all modules are subject to change.

Year 2


  • Criminal Law
  • Land Law
  • Tort Law for Business

Choose one or two from

  • Ethics and business
  • Technologies in the Workplace
  • Strategic Marketing
  • Entrepreneurial Learning
  • Introduction to Finance
  • Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
  • Business and History
  • Creative industries
  • Corporations and Social Responsibility
  • Responsible Leadership
  • European Business Context
  • Global Governance and International Organisations
  • Inequalities: Work, Education and Housing

Please note that all modules are subject to change.

Year 3


  • Equity and Trusts

Plus 45 credits Law options and 45 credits Business options:

Law modules

Full modules

  • Family Law
  • Public International Law
  • International Human Rights Law
  • Criminology
  • Competition Law
  • The Practice of Law in a Clinical Environment
  • Law Review
  • Health Law
  • Principles of Revenue Law
  • Medical Negligence Law
  • Law Modernity and the Holocaust
  • Public Legal Education and Community Street Law
  • Media Law
  • Dissertation
  • Company Law
  • Law and Pharmacology
  • Commercial and Consumer Law
  • Class Actions and Practice

Half modules

  • United Kingdom Human Rights Law
  • Advanced United Kingdom Human Rights Law
  • Law, Knowledge, Power
  • Equality and the Law
  • Democracy and Justice
  • Law, Justice and Ethics
  • Labour Law: Contract Law, Dismissal Rights and Workplace Justice
  • Comparative Constitutional Law
  • Administrative Law
  • Global Criminology: Global Crime, Punishment and Justice
  • Chinese Law and Institutions
  • Global Law and Governance
  • International Environmental Law
  • Law and Religion
  • Law in Asia
  • The Art of Law
  • Law Stories
  • Animal Rights
  • Climate Justice
  • Law of Digital Markets
  • Protecting Personal Privacy
  • Children and the Law
  • From Crime Scene to Court
  • Corporate Insolvency Law
  • Intellectual Property - Copyright and Related Rights
  • Intellectual Property - Industrial Property

Business modules

  • Financial Management
  • Employment Relations
  • Global Supply Chains
  • Financial Markets and Institutions 
  • Contemporary Strategic Analysis 
  • Strategic Management: Concepts and Cases
  • International Business
  • Business and Social Approaches to Social Media 
  • Corporate Law and Governance 
  • Company Valuation
  • Business computing
  • Gender at Work 
  • Global Business and Democracy 
  • Organisational Change and Development 

Please note that all modules are subject to change.


I chose Law because I aspire to build a legal career for myself after having completed numerous legal work experiences at sixth form. However, business is also a great passion of mine and I hope to launch my own brand one day which is why I saw it as essential to build managerial and business skills from an early stage. Queen Mary has been the perfect place for me to do just that. Here, I am able to receive lots of support from staff who are always ready and available to schedule a meeting if you need support outside lectures and classes.

Khatera Torkmany – LLB Law with Business student


Teaching and learning

First year students studying the LLB in Law with Business receive approximately 12 hours of contact time per week. For each module there is usually a two-hour lecture supplemented by a one-hour weekly or fortnightly small group tutorial.

For every hour spent in class, you’ll complete a further two to three hours of independent study. This time is spent reading, preparing for formal study sessions, working on projects and revising for exams.

A new Solicitors Qualifying Exam (SQE) was introduced in September 2021. Anyone wishing to qualify as a solicitor is likely to have to take this centrally assessed SQE. Queen Mary is dedicated to ensuring that students are equipped with the experience and skills required to undertake the SQE and any other post LLB bar qualification internationally.


Assessment typically includes written exams, oral presentations, midterm essays and coursework.

In the final year of all our law programmes, students have the option to research and write a dissertation on a legal topic in place of a taught module.

Resources and facilities

The School of Law and School of Business and Management offer excellent on-campus resources to aid your studies, including:

  • the Law Library service, home to state-of-the-art library resources and e-learning facilities
  • the award-winning Legal Advice Centre (LAC), giving you the opportunity to work alongside trained solicitors and advise members of the public on real issues
  • a purpose-built media suite to support student entrepreneurship
  • Student Support Officers who are dedicated to providing you with pastoral support and advice, both in your academic and mental well-being.

Entry requirements

A-LevelGrades A*AA at A-Level. Excludes General Studies and Critical Thinking.
IBInternational Baccalaureate Diploma with a minimum of 36 points overall, including 6,6,6 from three Higher Level subjects.
BTECSee our detailed subject and grade requirements
Access HEWe consider applications from students with the Access to Higher Education Diploma. We will hold all UCAS applications until January before drawing up a shortlist based on the information in the UCAS form about your pre-Access experience, academic record, personal statement and academic reference. In February and March, applicants are shortlisted and an updated academic reference may be requested. A shortlisted applicant may be invited for interview or further assessment. The minimum academic requirement is to achieve 60 credits overall, with 45 credits at Level 3, all of which must be at Distinction. (The School of Law may specify particular Level 3 subjects in which we require a Distinction.) Typically, successful candidates are aged 21 and above at the start of the Access programme.
GCSEPlease note this programme has enhanced GCSE requirements. At least six GCSE passes at grades AAAABB or 777766 are required, including English and Mathematics.
Contextualised admissionsWe consider every application on its individual merits and will take into consideration your individual educational experiences and context. More information on how academic schools and programmes use this information as part of the admissions process, can be found on our Contextualised Admissions pages.

Non-UK students

We accept a wide range of European and international qualifications in addition to A-levels, the International Baccalaureate and BTEC qualifications. Please visit International Admissions for full details.

If your qualifications are not accepted for direct entry onto this degree, consider applying for a foundation programme.

English language

Find out more about our English language entry requirements, including the types of test we accept and the scores needed for entry to the programme.

You may also be able to meet the English language requirement for your programme by joining a summer pre-sessional programme before starting your degree.

Further information

See our general undergraduate entry requirements.


Loans and grants

UK students accepted onto this course are eligible to apply for tuition fee and maintenance loans from Student Finance England or other government bodies.

Scholarships and bursaries

Queen Mary offers a generous package of scholarships and bursaries, which currently benefits around 50 per cent of our undergraduates.

Scholarships are available for home, EU and international students. Specific funding is also available for students from the local area. International students may be eligible for a fee reduction. We offer means-tested funding, as well as subject-specific funding for many degrees.

Find out what scholarships and bursaries are available to you.

Support from Queen Mary

We offer specialist support on all financial and welfare issues through our Advice and Counselling Service, which you can access as soon as you have applied for a place at Queen Mary.

Take a look at our Student Advice Guides which cover ways to finance your degree, including:

  • additional sources of funding
  • planning your budget and cutting costs
  • part-time and vacation work
  • money for lone parents.


A degree from the School of Law opens up an enormous pool of roles for our graduates. Many apply their degree knowledge directly, entering legal roles such as barrister, solicitor, paralegal and legal adviser. Our Law with Business graduates in particular gain crucial transferable skills that prove highly valuable across multiple sectors – such as analytical and critical thinking, creative approaches to problem-solving, numeracy and the ability to research, interpret and use business data.

Recent graduates from the School of Law have been hired by:

  • Arcadis LLP
  • Chambers and Partners
  • Deloitte
  • Dentons
  • House of Commons
  • Macfarlanes LLP.

Career support

The Schools run tailored careers programmes for students and offer excellent on-campus resources to aid your studies, including:

  • one-on-one appointments throughout the year with a dedicated careers adviser
  • workshops and events to help you identify your career options, train you in recruitment and selection methods and provide you with networking opportunities
  • office visits to Bloomberg
  • the opportunity to apply for a six-week mentoring scheme with a leading law firm
  • over 120 employer-led events per year, from seminars to large fairs, which host major legal employers on campus including Clifford Chance, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Macfarlanes, Linklaters, Herbert Smith Freehills, Eversheds and Blackstone Chambers.

Learn more about career support and development at Queen Mary.

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About the Schools

School of Law - Department of Law

The School of Law was ranked 7th in the UK and 32nd in the world by QS World University Rankings by Subject 2023, and 10th in the UK and 50th in world in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2024 by subject.

Our academics are some of the UK’s top legal minds and have expertise advising high profile international organisations such as the United Nations, the World Bank and foreign governments.

The School is home to the Legal Advice Centre (LAC), through which our students work alongside solicitors to offer free legal advice to the local community.

School of Business and Management

We teach you to think beyond textbooks, management fads and memorised formulas for success.

The School is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), which ensures that the highest standards of excellence in teaching, research, curriculum, and learner success are met.

In the most recent Research Excellence Framework (REF 2021), we dramatically moved up the Times Higher Education rankings. Among 108 UK business schools, the School now ranks:

  • 22nd for overall research quality (up from 39th in REF2014)
  • 28th for research outputs (up from 34th)
  • 12th for research impact (up from 24th)
  • 21st for research environment (up from 59th)

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