Double Degree in
BMA + Law

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    A five-year programme

    Double degree structure

    The syllabus of the double degree in Business Administration + Law follows a progressive learning approach, from the fundamentals of business management and Law to general management and mastery of the fields of law.


    Year 1

    You will study the fundamentals of business management (accounting, business, statistics…) and the basics and language of law (introduction to law, political science, philosophy...).


    Year 2 - Year 3

    Once the foundations have been laid, you will learn to manage and lead the variousdepartments that make up an organisation (finance, marketing, logistics,…) and you will progressively learn the various legal disciplines (civil, international, criminal...).


    Year 4

    At the end of the programme, you will be able to develop the strategy and the various business models and you will master the different areas of law (labour, commercial tax, international...).


    Year 5

    You will put into practice everything you have learnt through the internships in a company. In this last year, you will be required to do two Undergraduate Final Year Projects, one in the field of management and another in law. In addition, you will have the opportunity to undertake an international placement at a foreign university. 

    Course syllabus in extinction



    For students who started their double degree studies before the academic year 2023-24 on the Bilbao campus.



    BMA + LAW (San Sebastian)

    For students who started their double degree studies before the academic year 2023-24 on the San Sebastian campus.


    International experienceLiving and studying in a foreign country

    One semester abroad

    The International Programme gives all students the opportunity to study an exchange semester abroad. This experience allows them to live and study in a foreign country and gives them the opportunity to get to know new cultures, improve their language skills and learn to adapt to new environments.

    More than 100 universities

    We have exchange agreements with more than 100 universities in some 40 countries around the world.

    Click here to see the list of destinations.


    Students will take part in an international mobility programme in the first semester of their 5th year.


    2023/2024 Academic calendar

    Official academic calendar.

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    2023/2024 Timetables

    Provisional timetables subject to change

    Timetables Bilbao campus

    Timetables San Sebastian campus


    Exam dates

    First sit and resit exams.

    Exams Bilbao Campus

    Exams San Sebastian campus

    Putting into practice what you have learnt

    Undergraduate Final Year Projects

    The double degree ends with the development of two Undergraduate Final Year Projects, one in the field of business administration and another in law.

    They will allow you to bring together everything you have learnt during your studies, while developing skills such as oral and written communication, systems thinking and achievement orientation. 

    Both projects are carried out during the second semester of 5th year under the supervision of a tutor. You can choose between several options: 


    • Business creation project: development of a business plan based on a business idea proposed by students or, failing that, by a group of external entrepreneurs. (Bilbao and San Sebastian Campuses)
    • A project to improve the management of an existing company: anin-depth analysis of an active company with the aim of making feasible proposals to improve its competitiveness. (Bilbao campus)
    • Country study project: in-depth analysis of the business possibilities that a specific country can offer to companies in our community. (San Sebastian campus)
    • Specific project: the development of a specific research or communication project in a specific area of a company. (San Sebastian campus)


    • Its content should be mainly legal in nature and should relate to at least two branches of law. Successful completion will prove that the student is capable of applying his/her knowledge.

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