Department

Centre for University of London International Programmes

Study Mode

Full time

Entry Requirements

STPM/A-LEVELS

2 A-levels/STPM passes

• 3 O-level/SPM credits including Mathematics

3 A-levels/STPM passes

• O-level/SPM credit in Mathematics

2 A-levels passes & other 2 A-levels subjects

• O-level/SPM credit in Mathematics

FOUNDATION

• Foundation with minimum of 2.0 CGPA

• 5 O-level/SPM credits including Mathematics & English

UEC

UEC with 5 grades at least B6 (academic subjects)

• 3 O-level/SPM credits including Mathematics (also UEC Mathematics) UEC with 8 grades at least B6 (academic subjects)

• One subject has to be UEC Mathematics

DIPLOMA

• MQF level 4 Diploma

• Listed in Malaysian Qualifications Register

INTERNATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

• International Baccalaureate

• South Australian Matriculation (score at least 80%)

• Other qualifications recognized by University of

London

ENGLISH

• SPM/O-Level credit

• IELTS 6.0 (with minimum of 5.5 in each sub-test)

• TOEFL 580 (with Test of Written English at least 4.5)

• For Mathematics and Economics an additional entry requirement is the Mathematics level equivalent to A-Levels

Open Day

January, March 17 & 18, 24 & 25, August, December

For more information on our Open Days, please contact us at 03-2716 2000 or visit us at www.help.edu.my

Course Overview

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.

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