This degree focuses on how mathematics and economics connect and interact. You will not only acquire technical skills but also powers of analysis. The ability to think analytically will enable you to adapt to new developments in your chosen career.
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) believes that the combination of mathematics and economics instils such an ability. You will be able to understand how rigorous proofs can be given in mathematics, and see how the theories developed can be used in an economics context.
The general skills you will gain will enable you to proceed to a successful career in many fields. In this programme, you will learn how formal mathematics is done-why it is important to have precise definitions, and how results can be proved and techniques justified.
Programme Name : Bachelor of Science (Hons) Mathematics and Economics
Duration of Study : 3 years Intakes : First Monday of every month until September Study Mode : Full Time Assessment : Examination Awarding Institution : University of London
- HELP CAT has been awarded the Affiliate Centre status by the University of London for excellence in conducting their International Programmes.
- You can obtain a prestigious UK Bachelor of Science degree, with honours, in 3 years.
- The degree can be completed entirely at HELP CAT – with great savings in cost.
- The degree certificate and academic transcripts are issued directly by the University of London.
- Academic direction for the degree is provided by the world-renowned London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
- Flexibility of transfer.
- We have a proven track record of excellent results and First Class Honours graduates.
- Scholarship awards from LSE are available for top-achievers.
- Accredited by MQA.
- Fast-track membership accreditation by professional bodies for accounting and finance.
Below are the entry requirements for Bachelor of Science (Hons) Accounting and Finance:
All applicants must show proof of Proficiency in English in addition to one of the methods listed below. SPM/O-Levels credits or IELTS 6.0 (with minimum of 5.5 in each sub-test) or TOEFL 580 + TWE 4.5 or TOEFL computerized test score 237 + Writing Rating 4.5 in computerized test or Option 1 2 A-Level/STPM passes and 3 O-Level/SPM credits (including Mathematics) Option 2 3 A-Level/STPM passes and O-Level/SPM credit in Mathematics Option 3 Minimum grade B6 in 5 (academic) subjects at UEC level and 3 (other subjects) O-Level/SPM credits (including Mathematics) Option 4 5 O-Level/SPM credits (including Mathematics and English Language) Foundation Studies with GPA of 2.0 from HELP No exemptions granted for Foundation Economics, Mathematics and Statistics 18 years of age before 31 December in the year of application Option 5 3 A-Level passes (must include 1 pass with minimum grade D) or 3 STPM passes (must include 1 pass with minimum grade D for examinations taken before 2003, or minimum grade C+ for examinations taken after 2003) and O-Level/SPM credit in Mathematics Option 6 2 A-Level passes and 3 STPM passes (must include 1 pass with minimum grade D for examinations taken before 2003, or minimum grade C+ for examinations taken after 2003) and O-Level/SPM credit in Mathematics Option 7 International Baccalaureate or South Australian Matriculation (score at least 80) or Canadian Pre-University (score at least 70%) or other qualifications recognised by the University of London For Medicine, Pharmacy and Dentistry degree programmes, students need to have a minimum of 5 Bs in all Science and Mathematics subjects at SPM level or its equivalent
Year 1 Introduction to Economics Statistics 1 + Statistics 2 Algebra Calculus Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia / Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 2 Hubungan Etnik / Malaysian Studies Strategic Planning for Entrepreneurs Year 2
Advanced Calculus + Advanced Linear Algebra Microeconomics Macroeconomics Abstract Mathematics Malaysian Economy Community Services Year 3
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