This course is typically delivered over four years.
Your first year in the Law and International Relations LLB course will see you studying a range of courses designed to give you a basic understanding of the subject, preparing you for more advanced modules.
Your year one modules will definitely include The Business of Edinburgh and Global Challenges for Business as well as several elective modules.
In year 2 you will have more options. You will take the International Business and Career Development Planning and Business Research Methods I: Introduction to Data Analysis modules, but you can also select one module from a wider range of electives.
You can also choose a single module from any other program, to further develop your specialty.
Year 3 will be spent abroad, at one of Edinburgh’s partner universities. You will study a full 120 credits of modules, including Strategic Management (or its local equivalent).
You will take at least three more modules on strategy or international business in year 4. Alternatively, you may take a single module related to international business and deliver an international business-based dissertation. Your other modules can be taken from any subject area or areas you like.