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Be the one who leads the crowd

Join us at the University of Leeds' world-ranked, triple-accredited and award-winning Business School.

As well as studying at one of the most popular student destinations in the UK, you’ll develop independent learning, research and analytical skills and learn how to apply these to real life business scenarios.

You'll leave as a graduate of one of the top five universities targeted by key employers such as Google, HSBC, Rolls-Royce and the Civil Service.

Business School courses
Joint honours courses

The University of Leeds offers one of the most varied selections of two-subject degrees in the country. Joint honours programmes allow you to specialise in two subject areas which gives you flexibility to explore your interests further and develop a broader range of skills.

Joint honours courses taught in the Business School are listed below. If you wish to browse further joint honours options not related to business, you can use the University's coursefinder search tool.

Economics joint honours courses
International Business joint honours courses
Management joint honours courses
Other courses with business

In addition to the joint honours courses listed above, the University of Leeds offers a range of single honours programmes in other subject areas which include some Business School modules:

Foundation courses

If you do not currently meet the entry requirements for our undergraduate courses you may be able to undertake a foundation programme.

Part-time options

It is also possible to study part-time for a BSc Business Management through the Lifelong Learning Centre.

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