Law (Media and Digital Industries)
School - Salford Business School
Subject area - Law
UCAS Code: 2R14 (2W11 with Professional Placement)
Start Date(s): September
UK - £9,250 per year
International - £13,320 per year
- Overall satisfaction with Law courses at Salford is 95%; and 94% of students would recommend study at the University of Salford to others (Source: NSS 2017)
- Gain a qualifying law degree, accredited by the Bar Standards Board and the Solicitors Regulation Authority, with contemporary specialist skills that will set you apart in the employment market
- Enhance your employability with a year-long professional placement with a law firm; during this year, you will not pay University fees and you will earn a salary for your work
- Benefit from strong industry links to help develop your skills in real-world situations
- Work/industrial placement opportunity
- International students can apply
Law (Media and Digital Industries) is a degree that combines academically rigorous law modules with a focus on the fast-moving media and digital industries. Accredited by the Bar Standards Board and the Solicitors Regulation Authority, the programme is a qualifying law degree with the added benefit of digital and media-related modules.
You will graduate with a range of legal and business skills that make you a fantastic candidate for careers both inside and outside of the legal sector. As the digital industry booms internationally and the world of media continues to evolve, individuals with transferrable professional skills and academic knowledge will be highly sought after by employers.
As with all courses at Salford Business School, you will have the opportunity to take part in a Professional Experience Year after your second year of study. During your time working with an organisation, you’ll not only boost your CV and put your knowledge into practice, but earn a wage for your work.
This degree is also offered with a Foundation Year, visit www.salford.ac.uk/ug-courses/business-foundation-year for details.
There are around 10 students in my year on the LLB Law: Media and Digital Industries course. It’s great because we link up with the bigger law groups but it also allows us to specialise in a specific type of law.Charles Buckman, studying LLB Law: Media and Digital Industries
In the first year of the programme, you’ll study a number of modules aimed at introducing Law as an area of academic study and professional practice. Throughout the remainder of the course, these key concepts are expanded upon and combined with media and digital business related modules.
A career-focused and industry-relevant approach is taken to the Law (Media and Digital Industries) curriculum, meaning that the syllabus is designed to reflect the current needs of employers and encourage the development of professional skills.
Initiatives like the CLOCK Scheme, which gives you the chance to use your knowledge of law to assist the vulnerable, and the inclusion of guest speakers and industry visits all aim to help you to translate what you learn in the lecture theatre into real-world organisational scenarios.
All of our BSc students can apply for a one year professional placement, which takes place between your second and last years of study.
This is an excellent opportunity to take advantage of and over the last five years, 90% of Salford Business School undergraduates taking a one year placement secured a 2:1 or 1st class Honours degree.
We will help you find out about vacancies and make the right connections with high profile employers through regular events and presentations.
Please note that it may not be possible to deliver the full list of options every year as this will depend on factors such as how many students choose a particular option. Exact modules may also vary in order to keep content current. When accepting your offer of a place to study on this programme, you should be aware that not all optional modules will be running each year. Your tutor will be able to advise you as to the available options on or before the start of the programme. Whilst the University tries to ensure that you are able to undertake your preferred options, it cannot guarantee this.