Bachelor of Science (Hons) Economics (HELP Academy)

Application Dates
Applications Closing
31 Dec 2018
Course Overview
Bachelor's Degree
Tuition Fees
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3 years
Study Field


University of London International Programmes

Study Mode

Full time

Entry Requirements

Students with any of the following qualifications/certificates are eligible for admission to the UOL International Programmes:

• 2 STPM passes (excluding General Paper)

• 2 A-level passes

• ATAR score of 80 or above

• 6 CPU passes provided at least 70% is achieved in each of those subjects

• HELP Foundation in Arts (pass any 4 of the following subjects: Calculus, Accounting, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Finance, Economics Principles, Business Principles, Marketing Principles)

• HELP Foundation in Science

• University of London International Foundation Programme

• Foundation Programme from other institutions which is fully accredited by MQA

• HELP Diploma in Business

• Diploma from other institutions which is fully accredited by MQA


a. 5 B’s inclusive of English & Maths plus 3 SPM credits (non-overlapping) inclusive of English and Maths OR

b. 8 B’s (inclusive of English & Maths) without SPM plus IELTS 6.0 or above

• Other qualifications/certificates to be considered:

Students from China/Vietnam must have:

a. Achieved a minimum grade level of 70% in each of the 5 best subjects taken in the senior high examinations in the country of origin

b. Attended at least 12 years of education in the country of origin and are 19 years of age or above at the time of enrolment with the University of London International Programmes

c. Complete and pass 3 University of London-required subjects in HELP’s Foundation Programme: Advanced English, Calculus and Critical Thinking Skills

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Course Overview

The degree builds on a good foundation in economic theory together with the necessary elements of mathematics and statistics. The study of economics gives students a greater understanding of monetary and industrial economics as well as a broad perspective of world economics.