- Standard academic entry requirements: AAA or A*AB.
- Minimum academic entry requirements: BBB.
- Other mandatory requirements: Must include A-level Maths and GCSE English at Grade B.
- Standard academic entry requirements: S5 entry requirement = AAAAB. S6 entry requirement = AAAAAB (S6 entry requirements only apply to applicants who achieved the minimum S5 requirements and have been made a conditional offer.)
- Minimum academic entry requirements: Applicants who achieve less than AAAAB in S5 but have achieved at least ABBB MAY receive an offer based on S6 results. A decision will be made in March 2015 once all applications have been reviewed.
- Other mandatory requirements: Must include Mathematics and English or a humanities subject at Grades A or B.
- Standard academic entry requirements: 38 points.
- Minimum academic entry requirements: 36 points.
- Other mandatory requirements: Offers will specify subjects and grades to be attained at Higher Level.
International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Academic module (not General Training):
- overall score 6.5
- no sub-test less than 6.0
- or equivalent scores in another recognised qualification (see below)
Common equivalent English language qualifications:
- ibTOEFL: 92; no sub-test less than 20*
- CAE (Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English): B minimum
- CPE (Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English): C minimum
- PTE Academic (Person Test of English, Academic test): 60; no sub-test less than 59
- IGCSE: English language: B minimum.
- Introduction to the market mechanism
- International trade
- Economic development
- Macroeconomic policy in an open economy.
- Intermediate macroeconomics
- Intermediate microeconomics
- Introduction to mathematical economics
- Economic data analysis.
Years 3 and 4
- If you progress to Honours (years 3 and 4) you will take courses in microeconomic analysis and macroeconomic analysis. You will also take courses in econometrics, which involves the statistical techniques of economic analysis.
- In year 4 the compulsory course on government and the economy puts the skills you have developed in your first three years into action by studying current policy issues.
- You can also choose from a wide range of other courses, studying topics such as environmental economics, government debt and the macroeconomy, international finance, the economics of housing, and economics of team sport.