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BMA + Law

Study Plan

RRII + Derecho

Degree:
Durantion:

Credits:
Number of places:

Dedication:
Laguage of instruction:
Internship:
International Programme:
Undergraduate Final Year Project:
Course venue:
Faculty:

Bachelor´s degree in Business Administration and Law
5 years of study or 5 years and a half of study (with international modality)
360 ECTS or 384 ECTS (with international modality)
400 for the Bachelor´s Degree in Business Administration and combined degree programmes at the San Sebastian and Bilbao campuses
Full time
Spanish, Basque (optional) and English (optional)
Compulsory (6 ECTS). During the third year of study

Electives: 24 ECTS in the fifth year os study

Two compulsory projects
San Sebastian
Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

 

Course structure of the Double Degree

From general knowledge to specialisation

The educational track in this double degree programme ensures that you advance in a coherent manner in both areas of knowledge.

  • In your first years of study, you will learn the fundamentals of economic and business management and the foundations of legal reasoning and methods.
  • Once these foundations have been laid, you will learn how to manage and direct the operation of the different departments that make up organisations (finance, marketing, logistics ...) and you will gradually gain insight into the fields of law (criminal, tax, civil, labour, commercial, etc.).
  • In your fifth year, you will put into practice all that you have learnt on your internship. In this year you will also carry out your two Undergraduate Final Year Projects, one in the management field and another in the law field, and you will also have the opportunity to spend one semester at a foreign university.

If you take part in the International Mobility Programme, your course will be extended to one more semester (5 years and a half), and the first-semester subjects in fifth year will be moved to 6th year.

Access to the Master’s degree programmes

Once you have completed your double degree, you may progress on to a master’s degree to further specialise your knowledge in one particular area. See below the possibilities within your reach:

 

Study Plan

RRII + Derecho

Degree:
Durantion:

Credits:
Number of places:

Dedication:
Laguage of instruction:
Internship:
International Programme:
Undergraduate Final Year Project:
Course venue:
Faculty:

Bachelor´s degree in Business Administration and Law
5 years of study or 5 years and a half of study (with international modality)
360 ECTS or 384 ECTS (with international modality)
400 for the Bachelor´s Degree in Business Administration and combined degree programmes at the San Sebastian and Bilbao campuses
Full time
Spanish, Basque (optional) and English (optional)
Compulsory (6 ECTS). During the third year of study

Electives: 24 ECTS in the fifth year os study

Two compulsory projects
San Sebastian
Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

 

Course structure of the Double Degree

From general knowledge to specialisation

The educational track in this double degree programme ensures that you advance in a coherent manner in both areas of knowledge.

  • In your first years of study, you will learn the fundamentals of economic and business management and the foundations of legal reasoning and methods.
  • Once these foundations have been laid, you will learn how to manage and direct the operation of the different departments that make up organisations (finance, marketing, logistics ...) and you will gradually gain insight into the fields of law (criminal, tax, civil, labour, commercial, etc.).
  • In your fifth year, you will put into practice all that you have learnt on your internship. In this year you will also carry out your two Undergraduate Final Year Projects, one in the management field and another in the law field, and you will also have the opportunity to spend one semester at a foreign university.

If you take part in the International Mobility Programme, your course will be extended to one more semester (5 years and a half), and the first-semester subjects in fifth year will be moved to 6th year.

Access to the Master’s degree programmes

Once you have completed your double degree, you may progress on to a master’s degree to further specialise your knowledge in one particular area. See below the possibilities within your reach: