Employment rate: 92%*
The double degree in BMA and Law opens up a wide range of career opportunities, as it provides students with the competences and skills necessary to solve conflicts both in the business and legal spheres, and in those jobs where the combination of skills from both fields is especially necessary and valued. These include:
- Tax, mercantile and labour counselling
- Consultancy in new areas of law (environment, Internet and new technologies, intellectual property…)
- Legal departments in companies
- Human Resources Departments
- Corporate Social Responsibility departments
- International Trade and Contracts
- Consultancy firms
- Accounts Auditing
- General management
(*DBA Alumni data: Class of Graduates 2018).
Areas of BMA
- Accounts Auditing
- Consultancy services (strategy, change management, systems…).
- Finance: Administration and accounting managers, management control managers, asset managers, economic and financial managers, etc.
- Marketing, trade marketing and sales: key account managers, product managers, point of sale managers, regional sales managers, marketing managers, business managers, communication managers…
- International: Export managers, international expansion managers, international managers…
- Banking and financial Services: business executives, branch managers, business managers, area managers, risk analysts, research service managers, investment analysts in securities firms and investment banks, assets portfolio and fund managers.
- Start-up creation.
- Other fields: logistics and purchasing departments, operations management, tax departments, human resources, quality and innovation, organisational development, corporate social responsibility, research departments...
Areas of Law:
- Law profession: Tax, commercial or labour consultancy; traditional areas such as criminal, civil or administrative law; urban planning, bioethics, arbitration and mediation, etc.
- Public service examinations: Justice System, local governments, Treasury, registry and notary’s offices, Labour and Social Security, Diplomatic service, etc.
- International level: European Union, UN, International Labour Organisation, International Maritime Organisation, etc.
** To qualify as a lawyer, graduates must successfully complete the Master’s in Law and the Legal Practice upon completing their BA in Law (the Double Degree programme in this case).