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Development Studies and Data Analytics BAEcon

Mathematical Sciences and Statistics at The University of Manchester:
4.5 / 5
STUDY MODEFull-Time
LENGTH3 years course
LEARNINGOn Campus
PLACEMENT YEARNot Available
YEAR ABROADNot Available
FOUNDATION YEARNot Available

Development Studies and Data Analytics BAEcon

The BA(Econ) course is an interdisciplinary course that allows you to not only specialise in Economics, but also supplement with other social science subjects such as philosophy, politics and sociology.

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Apply by 25 Jan
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Points of entry for Development Studies and Data Analytics BAEcon

Year 1

Entry requirements for Mathematical Sciences and Statistics at The University of Manchester
Entry requirements are the formal requirements students need to meet to be considered for a place on a university course. But, each year many universities accept students with lower grades. The bar chart below shows the actual UCAS tariff points of students currently on this course.
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Required subjects for Development Studies and Data Analytics BAEcon at The University of Manchester
AAA We do not accept two A/S Levels grades in place of one A-level. Applicants must be studying at least one of the following A-level subjects: Accounting, Anthropology, Business Studies, Classics, Economics, English Language/Literature, Further Mathematics, Geography, History, Law, Mathematics, Modern Languages, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology, Religious Studies, Sociology, Use of Mathematics and World Development. We accept native language A Levels providing they are taken in the same sitting as your other subjects. We will not accept the combination of Mathematics, Further Mathematics and a native language. We accept the Level 3 Diploma in Financial Studies (DipFS) as equivalent to an A-level if taken alongside two full A-levels from the list of acceptable subjects above. Typical Contextual Offer: AAB We do not accept two A/S Levels grades in place of one A-level. Applicants must be studying at least one of the following A-level subjects: Accounting, Anthropology, Business Studies, Classics, Economics, English Language/Literature, Further Mathematics, Geography, History, Law, Mathematics, Modern Languages, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology, Religious Studies, Sociology, Use of Mathematics and World Development. We accept native language A Levels providing they are taken in the same sitting as your other subjects. We will not accept the combination of Mathematics, Further Mathematics and a native language. We accept the Level 3 Diploma in Financial Studies (DipFS) as equivalent to an A-level if taken alongside two full A-levels from the list of acceptable subjects above.
UCAS points for current students on Mathematical Sciences and Statistics at The University of Manchester
English language requirements
6.5
Additional details
6.5 overall with no less than 6.0 in each subtest.

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5th March 21

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