Master of Business Laws (MBL) degree through Distance Learning

The admissions to Master of Business Laws through distance learning are usually completed by the end of June.

Universities Offering Master Business Law Distance Learning Programs

The name(s) of the university/universities that offer Master of Business Laws through Distance Learning are given below:

Name of the University Contact Details
National Law School of India University (NLSIU) P.O. Bag 7201, Nagarbhavi,

Bangalore – 560 072

Karnnataka, India


+91 80 2321 3160

+91 80 2316 0532

+91 80 2316 0533

+91 80 2316 0535

Fax: +91 80 23160534


Eligibility Criteria for the Course: Candidates having a graduation degree in any field from a recognized university is considered to be eligible for application to the Master of Business Laws through Distance Learning. There is no age bar here.

Duration of the Course: Master of Business Laws through distance learning will take two years to complete. However, in case the student is not able to complete the course within the specified time limit, an additional period of 3 subsequent years will be permitted to him/her.

Admission Process: The admission forms can either be downloaded from the university’s official website or be obtained through post. The admissions are strictly merit based as of now and there is no entrance examination involved.

Fee Structure: Given below is the estimated fee structure:

Admission Fee: INR 2000 (one time payment)
Application Fee: INR 1000 (one time payment)
Course Fee: INR 10, 150 (per annum)
Total Amount: INR 13,150

If the course is not completed within two years, then the students will have to continue the course by paying a continuation fee.

Course Components: Master of Business Laws course will consist of the following components:

  • Corporate Law
  • Contract Law
  • Environment Law
  • Taxation of Corporations
  • Law relating to Foreign Trade
  • Banking Law
  • Industrial Relations Law
  • Investment Laws
  • Intellectual Property Law
  • Insurance Laws

Career Prospects: A Master of Business Laws will be able to do everything that an LLB graduate is allowed to do excepting court appearances. He/she will be able to work as a law officer, legal advisor or a legal assistant. An MBL will be able to find suitable employment in the following fields:

  • Banks
  • Commerce and Trade Departments of Government
  • Industrial Houses
  • Factories
  • Central or State Government Offices
  • Railways
  • Private Offices
  • Statutory bodies of the Central or State Government