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The central purpose of the Economics major is to help students understand the structures that influence well-being and wealth. The Economics programmes at the College encourage students to think critically about the building blocks of the discipline of Economics, as well as enable them to use their knowledge to understand economic events and decisions in the real world. The study of Politics comprises political theory looking at normative questions, and political science looking at the organisation of government. International Relations examines governance, institution-building and decision-making through an analysis of historical phenomena, economic conditions, diplomatic relations, security and socio-cultural linkages amongst state and non-state sectors. As a minor subject Politics and International Relations encourages students to engage with the theory and practice of state-building, as well as state and non-state engagement.
In your first year: Economics major: Introduction to Economics (30 credits) and Mathematics and Statistics (each 15 credits) and International Development (30 credits); Politics & International Relations minor: Modern Political Thought (30 credits);
In your second year: Economics major: Microeconomics I and Microeconomics II (each 15 credits) and Macroeconomics I and Macroeconomics II (each 15 credits) and Econometrics (30 credits); Politics & International Relations minor: Old Powers, New Powers: Imperialism, Colonialism & the Modern State (30 credits);
In your third year: Economics major: two from Finance I and Finance II (each 15 credits) or Political Economy (30 credits) or Economics Dissertation (30 credits), plus Applied Economics I and II (each 15 credits); Politics & International Relations minor: International Organisations: Global & Local (30 credits)
The Economics with Politics and International Relations programme, in particular, aims to prepare students to be educated observers of global and local economic, political and social processes. They are exposed to ideas from several academic subject traditions, as well as different geographic contexts, and understand the complexities in people’s pursuit of power, as well as the formation of public and private policy.
How to apply
If your application is completed by the following date, it’s guaranteed to be considered:
15 January*If you apply after this deadline, universities or colleges don’t have to consider your application if they’ve filled their spaces, so the sooner you apply, the better!
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|Campus name||Bedford Square, London|
Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
|A level||AAB||Must include Mathematics. Please note that A-level General Studies, Critical Thinking, Thinking Skills and Global Perspectives are not accepted NCH as one of your A-levels.|
|Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma (first teaching from September 2016)||BTEC Extended Diploma, Diploma and Subsidiary Diploma are considered on a case by case basis when offered in combination with required A level - contact us for further guidance.|
|Access to HE Diploma||
D: 36 credits
M: 9 credits
P: 0 credits
|Access to HE Diploma will be considered on a case by case basis -- contact us for further guidance. Evidence of Mathematics is essential.|
|Scottish Higher||ABBBB||Minimum ABBBB with an A in Maths. We do not count Higher and Advanced Higher in the same subject.|
|International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme||35 points||For the Economics major you must have 5, 6, or 7 at Higher Level Mathematics, or 6 or 7 at Standard Level Mathematics. We do not accept Mathematical Studies for the Economics major. Note the total point score of 35 includes TOK/EE.|
|Scottish Advanced Higher||BB||Maths required at Higher grade A or Advanced Higher grade B. We do not count Higher and Advanced Higher in the same subject.|
As a general guide, our typical offers are around AAB at A-level, 35 points in the IB, an overall score of 80-85% in the European Baccalaureate or an international equivalent.
In addition to A-levels, the European Baccalaureate and the International Baccalaureate, NCH considers a range of UK qualifications including, but not limited to:
Access to HE Diploma
Scottish Advanced Highers
Please click the following link to find out more about qualification requirements for this coursehttps://www.nchlondon.ac.uk/entry-requirements-country/#country-letter-u
Additional entry requirements
An admissions adviser will review your application, reference, and will decide if they would like to invite you for interview. Interviews take the form of a “taster” tutorial, which enables us to assess if you would flourish in the tutorial system and for you to ascertain whether you enjoy this method of teaching. Most students find this taster tutorial to be very enjoyable and a great opportunity to discuss a subject you are passionate about with a university lecturer.
Fees and funding
|Channel Islands||£9,250||Year 1|
|Northern Ireland||£9,250||Year 1|
Additional fee information
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