Study LLM Global Business Law and Regulation

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Study LLM Global Business Law and Regulation minutes from Manchester city centre, a £5 billion dynamic business and digital hub. 

Designed for both law and non-law graduates, you'll immerse yourself in contemporary topics of global business law and regulation.

Throughout the course, you'll engage with the industry through guest speakers, internships and networking events. Plus build your industry experience with the chance to spend up to a year on placement and by working at our in-house law clinic, SILKS.

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Salford Business School

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Salford Business School offers industry-informed and expert-led teaching minutes from Manchester city centre, which is a hub of dynamic and digital businesses in the north west of England. 

You’ll be prepared for career success by studying our industry-accredited programmes in a friendly and supportive environment.

Our dedicated Careers Team will support you in finding placements, perfecting your CV, and getting you interview-ready. Throughout your course, our modules will provide opportunities to enhance your employability skills, using expert insight and cutting-edge technologies like virtual reality to transform your learning.

Why choose Salford?


Benefit from real-world learning opportunities including placements, internships and networking with the industry — put your learning into practice and gain invaluable experience.


Join 4,500 other international students on our vibrant global campus neat Manchester city centre, with expert support services, a dedicated faith centre and opportunities to explore your passions.


Get up to £3,000 scholarship to fund your studies. Plus pay your tuition fees in 7 consecutive monthly instalments.

Salford Business School Mentor Programme

Discover how we support new international students to settle into life at Salford.

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