The Management School is amongst an elite group of business schools to hold the gold standard triple accreditation. The BA Business Economics programme gives you a firm foundation of knowledge in business economics, as well as a complementary training in a focused business pathway: Accounting and Finance or International Business. Covering the main principles of business and your chosen pathway you will also study the key areas of economics to understand and put into a business context its role within business, the UK and the wider global economy. By developing quantitative and analytical skills as well as a broader business knowledge our graduates are highly employable, finding careers in a variety of specialist and general business related roles in companies such as Bank of America, Deloitte, PepsiCo, PwC, Sky as well as smaller specialist firms. Links with Professional Bodies. With excellent teaching and quality content the programme is accredited by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA). Exemptions from various examination papers are available upon successful completion of certain modules. The third year of your programme is spent on placement. You will complete a year-long graduate-level placement, providing valuable work experience and an opportunity to further enhance the skills and attributes sought after by top employers. You can apply for UK-based placements with a large organisation or smaller company or even seek a placement overseas. You will be visited at least twice by University staff whilst on placement with support from the Placement Team throughout and complete related assessments in May.
How to apply
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
ULMS list of preferred subjects We consider the subjects included in the list below to be good preparation to our degree courses. Where applicants have already achieved their A Level results and have narrowly missed our entry requirements, if places are available we may consider applicants who have two or more of these subjects in addition to using other information on the application to inform our decision. The information in the list refers to A Level subjects, but the advice about subjects is essentially true if you are taking other qualifications, although exceptions may apply. Please see our entrance requirements page for details. Accounting Anthropology Archaeology Ancient History Biology Business Studies/Applied Classics Chemistry Computing Economics English Language English Literature English Literature and Language Environmental Studies Further Maths Geography Geology Government and Politics History History of Art Languages* Law Maths Music Philosophy Physics Psychology Religious Studies Science in Society Sociology Statistics World Development *Languages include modern foreign/community languages taken as individual subjects (e.g. French, Spanish, Urdu, Gujarati) and classical languages (e.g. Biblical Hebrew, Latin, Classical Greek). Contextual Admissions The University of Liverpool is committed to supporting talented applicants from all backgrounds to succeed. Based on your personal circumstances, you may automatically qualify for up to a two-grade reduction in the entry requirements needed for this course. When you apply, we consider a range of factors - such as where you live - to assess if you’re eligible for a grade reduction. Those who fall outside these categories but provide alternative contextual data may be eligible for further consideration as part of the admissions process. This includes further consideration for additional assessments such as interviews and during the results period. To find out how we use contextual data, please see https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/applying/contextual-data/
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Fees and funding
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