The Faculty of Business & Law (FBL) has two major Schools – Leeds Business School and Leeds Law School.
Leeds Business School offers programmes in:
- Business (Directory Government UniStats, 2010, student satisfaction, 2010, 68%),
- Management, Accounting & Finance (Directory Government UniStats, student satisfaction 93%),
- Human Resource Management, Marketing,
- Public Relations & Communications (Directory Government UniStats, 2010, student satisfaction, 2010, 80%),
- International Business,
- Full-time and part-time MBA.
Courses are delivered across the world through international partnerships with organisations as diverse as the Academy of Finance in Vietnam, the Sino-British College in Shanghai, the Vocational Training College of Hong Kong and the Polytechnic of Namibia.
We work closely with business and the professions to ensure the relevance of our programmes and the Faculty boasts a graduate employability rate of 92.7%, indicating the value to employers of Business & Law graduates.
Key research within Leeds Business School initiatives include a project for the British Council, working on employability and entrepreneurship with international partners in Leeds’ twin city Hangzhou, China.
Leeds Law School, is the law school of Leeds Metropolitan University, located in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. Leeds is the UK’s largest centre for business, legal, and financial services outside London, and according to the most recent Office for National Statistics estimates, Leeds is the fastest growing city in the UK. The city was voted the Best UK University Destination by a survey in The Independent newspaper.
The Leeds Law School provision was praised by the Law Society and Quality Assurance Agency in 2004 and has a student satisfaction rate of 74%.
It offers a full range of undergraduate, postgraduate and professional law courses, as well as having a flourishing Law Research Unit. Postgraduate law courses include the Legal Practice Course (LPC) and the conversion course, the Postgraduate Diploma in Law. Undergraduate courses include LLB Law and BA (Hons) Law with Criminology.