Diploma in company law in Dublin business school
The course will, at this turbulent time in the corporate world, aim to develop students knowledge and understanding of the purpose of Company Law in a business context and guide students in the legal principles involved in the formation, ownership and management of a company. It will equip students with the knowledge of the Common Law rules and the legislation regulating companies and expose them to cutting-edge debates in company law and provide opportunities for students to develop critical skills in these areas. Critically, students should have an ability at the end of the course to apply the principles of Company Law to specific legal areas of central importance to business and law.
Applicants for Diploma Programmes must be 18 years of age or over. There are no previous academic qualifications or experience required for entry onto most of the Diplomas, A copy of your GNIB (Garda National Immigration Bureau) card, work permit (if applicable) and passport, IELTS scores.
Achieving the Diploma in Company Law will afford those whose work involves contact with Companies on a day to day basis greater insight into how companies work. The Diploma in Company Law will also assist those who have set up a company, or intend to do so, with knowledge in how best to run it. Possession of a Diploma in Company Law is also attractive to employers and prospective employers.