How to apply: Economics programmes
This information is intended for those intending to apply for the following degrees:
- Business Economics and Finance
- Economics with Accounting
- Economics (combined Honours)
- International Economics
For those intending to apply for other degrees we offer in Management, Finance, Banking and Accounting please click here.
Programme Length and Structure
All our undergraduate degree programmes are three years long, with the option of studying abroad as an additional year as part of an extended four year degree, between the second and final years of any of our programmes.
Erasmus exchange opportunities currently include a year at universities in Berlin and Trier (Germany), Antwerp (Belgium), Lille and Limoges (France), Lisbon (Portugal), Tilburg (Holland), Madrid (Spain), Athens (Greece), Skôvde (Sweden) and Bologna (Italy).
Programme Titles and Codes
Business Economics and Finance - BSc (Hons) 3 yrs (4 yrs with Erasmus exchange)
UCAS Code: L1NK BSc/BEcF
Economics - BSc (Hons) 3 yrs (4 yrs with Erasmus exchange)
UCAS Code: L100 BSc/Econ
Economics with Accounting - BSc (Hons) 3 yrs (4 yrs with Erasmus exchange)
UCAS Code: L1N4 BSc/EcPol
Economics with Geography - BSc (Hons) 3 yrs (4 yrs with Erasmus exchange)
UCAS Code: L1F8 BSc/EcHG
Economics with Politics BSc (Hons) 3 yrs (4 yrs with Erasmus exchange)
UCAS Code: L1L2 BSc/EcPol
International Economics - BSc (Hons) 3 yrs (4 yrs with Erasmus exchange)
UCAS Code: L115 BSc/IntEc
AAB from 3 A Levels (not including General Studies or Critical Thinking)
Advanced Highers: A and B
Highers: A and B grades
International Baccalaureate (points)
Other qualifications and requirements
BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma: DDD profile
GCSE Maths: B
GCSE English: B
Alternative Entry Routes
Applications from those offering qualifications other than A-Levels are welcome and considered individually. Such applicants should contact the Economics Programmes Admissions Team. Applicants on International Foundation Programmes will be invited for a selection interview.
Selection interviews are not normally held, and offers of places are made on the basis of your UCAS form, particularly your referee's report and previous examination performances.
Candidates who are offered a place will be invited to visit the School and meet staff on one of our Visit Days. Visitors will also meet current students and tour the campus and its accommodation.