About the Program
Corporate governance attempts to protect social and economic development by maintaining the honesty and dependability of businesses, financial institutions, and markets. This course will look at the gathering and analysis of legal data from computer-assisted legal studies and automated litigation assistance.
This course’s primary goal is to introduce students to concepts regarding rights and legislation while connecting them to current debates about justice.
- Five GCSEs at C/4 or higher (including the English language). Qualifications from the EU and other countries may also be recognized.
- If you do not satisfy these entry requirements, you may still participate in our assessments and an interview. If you clear the exam, you will be admitted to the course. We don’t charge anything for this.
- If English is not your first language, foreign applicants must have an Academic IELTS of 5.5. (minimum 5.0 in each category).
- Before beginning the course, you must have finished Year 11 (Key Stage 4) for at least two years. This usually means that you will be 18 or older when you begin.
To enable you to explore and express your abilities, we utilize a variety of new and traditional assessment methods. That is a way of determining something has been learned and also a chance to develop skills that will help you in your future life and work. We aim to provide you with any help you require to ensure that you have the trust and knowledge to participate in your tests. Tutors have extensive expertise in assisting students who are unsure of themselves in an academic setting. You can also get free help from the understanding staff.