- Faculty of Economics and Business Studies
- Bellaterra Campus
- Duration: 5.5 or 6 courses - 396 credits
- Places: 80
- Admission mark: 10,442
- Price per credit: 17.69 euros
- Language: Catalan and Spanish
- Academic calendar
- Learning mode: Classroom-based learning
If you are motivated by the business and legal world, this degree in Business Management and Administration and in Law offers you all the knowledge and training you will need. You will learn about and come to understand all aspects of business management and law.
You will discover how a business is organised and also understand and interpret the laws related to economic activities, as well as learn to analyse, interpret and use the information regarding business management and law.
You will learn to use information from different areas, which will provide you with a competitive advantage in which you will master two complementary areas of economic activities. Once you have completed the bachelor's degree, you will have the chance to enter the labour market in any organisational area of both private and public companies and with all the career options also available to law graduates. The career options of both professions will be open to you.
You will also have the change to enrol in work placements and take a variety of subjects in English. You will find all this and more at the UAB, with a specific, double-degree group in which you will be able to share experiences and benefit from being part of a group with other local and international students.
Career optionsGraduates' employability is high, since they have the opportunities provided by both degrees and are also qualified for posts that require expertise in both fields.
The degree in Business Management and Administration provides students with the skills needed to carry out any type of business activity: financial director, accounting management, controller, auditor, entrepreneur, head of quality, production and logistics director, investment analyst, head of business strategy, new projects manager, business intelligence, etc.
The degree in Law qualifies graduates to work in any branch of legal work: legal consultant, insolvency administrator, business lawyer, specialist in business law, judge or public prosecutor, tax inspector, compliance officer, etc.
They are also qualified to work in several local, regional and state administration offices. Law graduates can take competitive exams to work as judges, notaries, registrars, public prosecutors, state lawyers, diplomats, officers in international organisations, etc. In many of these exams it is extremely useful to have a knowledge of business management. Conversely, those with a legal background can be at an advantage when taking competitive exams with an economic component (tax inspection, employment and social security inspection, etc.).
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