YOUR BUSINESS LAW STUDIES AT A GLANCE. YOUR CAREER AHEAD OF YOU.
Law and Business make a strong team. In the Business Law programme at IU International University of Applied Sciences (IU), you will deal with legal issues that arise within business processes. This includes labour law, contract law and consumer protection law concerns. Get ready for a winning combination of Business Administration and Law.
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You can complete your Bachelor's degree in Business Law at IU by distance learning. Here you can find out how your studies at IU work and what your advantages are in the distance learning study model.
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Why you should study Business Law
Law is a broad field. So is Business. In terms of subject matter, Business Law sits exactly where Law and Business studies meet. If you imagine your professional future in the legal department of a company, at a management consultancy, with a tax advisor or an auditing firm, then Business Law is the degree programme for you. During your studies, you will acquire sought-after skills that will expand your professional opportunities and secure excellent career prospects for you.
Apart from that, studying is simply fun. In the distance learning programme at IU, you learn as you please - and, if possible, you can look forward to your future as a professional in Business Law. That feels good. Try it out for yourself
Your IU studies in Business Law
First things first: your Business Law degree starts with the basics of Business Administration and Law. You'll get an introduction to scientific work, learn the basics of Civil Law and what makes good project management. Bookkeeping and accounting are also part of your studies.
You will acquire special knowledge in selected areas, for example in "IT and Media Law", "Law of Credit Securities" and "Real Estate Law". At IU, you will not only have freedom in your compulsory elective area. In the distance learning programme at IU, you decide for yourself how you want to learn. 100% flexible.
A look into the future: what you'll do after graduation
Once you have completed your Bachelor's degree in Business Law, you can work in legal departments of companies across all sectors. How about the Real Estate, IT or Media sector, for example? Talents with your qualifications are also welcome in tax consulting firms and in auditing.
As a specialist in legal matters, you often take on advisory tasks, take on contract negotiations with business partners and check business and legal risks. You can also work in Human Resources or Corporate Communications. After graduating in Business Law, you will have numerous opportunities to use your strengths.
The most important questions about studying Business Law
The numerus clausus (NC) is not an issue for most degree programmes at IU. You can therefore study Business Law at IU without an NC. A strenuous selection process is not waiting for you either. We would rather talk to you personally. This is to your advantage, because together we will find out in which areas your strengths and talents lie. And we will also talk about which degree programme is best suited to realise your goals.
You can currently complete your Bachelor's degree in Business Law at the Virtual Campus. This means that you can study anywhere in Germany.
Yes, this is also possible at IU. In addition to the entrance qualification in the form of an Abitur or Fachabitur, interested students without an Abitur also have the opportunity to enter our Bachelor's programme. You can study Business Law without an Abitur if you have completed an advanced training programme, have a master craftsman's certificate or have completed at least two years of vocational training and have at least three years of professional experience.
The Business Law Bachelor's programme lasts for 36, 48 or 72 months, depending on which time model you choose. If you need more time and semesters for your studies, this is absolutely no problem.
If you want to become a lawyer or judge, you must first study Law and pass the first and second state law exams. The Bachelor's degree in Business Law, on the other hand, qualifies you in a special field with a strong connection to Business Administration. After your Business Law studies, you can start your career immediately if you wish. Studying to become a fully qualified lawyer takes at least 7 years, although many students take longer to prepare more intensively for the demanding exams.
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