Regardless of whether you are starting your first academic qualification, are a graduate or a working professional, the EMFSS programmes are designed to give you access to LSE thought leadership and cutting-edge research while joining a global network of University of London alumni.
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We offer a wide range of BSc degrees through the University of London, from Finance to International Relations. Our BSc degrees consist of 12 individual courses which can be completed within three to six years when taken through the standard entry route. Graduates of any discipline can follow a shorter programme, consisting of 9 individual courses, when enrolling via the graduate entry route. Find out more about both entry routes on the how to apply page.
If you don't currently meet our degree entry requirements there are also two alternative entry routes to begin an EMFSS degree.The Certificate of Higher Education in Social Sciences (CHESS) may provide you with an entry route to an EMFSS degree. Alternatively, the University of London International Foundation Programme is a pre-university programme which provides students with the equivalent qualification to the UK’s Year 13 (i.e. A levels).
BSc Accounting and Finance
Form the basis of a career in finance and management and gain the practical elements of accountancy that will enable you to challenge the parameters of the financial problems you will consider.
Understand the structure and functioning of financial markets and how financial intermediaries and institutions operate.
BSc Business and Management
Explore the nature of the organisation within external environments, and the management approaches required for effective decision making.
BSc Management and Digital Innovation
Learn the ways business and society are being transformed by technology, gaining an informed and fresh perspective that will shape your future career.
Pursue a career as an economist to apply logical analysis to the social and business challenges of the future.
BSc Economics and Finance
Gain the economic reasoning, quantitative skills and institutional knowledge required to solve practical problems arising in finance and economics.
BSc Economics and Management
Undertake an in-depth study of economics and management that enables you to look critically at management and corporate issues.
BSc Economics and Politics
Develop an understanding of economics and politics in the wider context of the social sciences and apply economic reasoning and analysis to a range of policy issues.
BSc Mathematics and Economics
Combine the study of mathematics, statistics and economics to understand how these disciplines can be used in economics contexts.
BSc International Relations
Gain a critical understanding of the main theoretical issues of international relations and understand the international aspects of problems such as environmental degradation and economic globalisation.
BSc Politics and International Relations
Combine the study of politics and international relations to explore some of the key issues facing the international community such as the causes of war and globalisation.
Graduate Diplomas in the fields of Economics, Management, Finance and the Social Sciences enable you to extend either the depth or range of your previous undergraduate study. These programmes are available to study through a recognised teaching centre and are not available online. The Diploma for graduates can be completed in a minimum of one year.
Develop the analytical and commercial know-how to turn data into practical solutions to real-world problems.
Learn to apply quantitative techniques to the analysis of economic data and economic reasoning to the analysis of a wide range of policy issues.
Learn how to perform independent data analysis, select appropriate statistical methods for a given situation, and draw conclusions to drive strategic managerial decision-making.
Develop an understanding of financial management, risk and the operation of financial markets based on empirical evidence and the critical evaluation of finance theory.
Understand the key aspects of business and sociology management needed to manage organisations effectively.
Formulate and develop mathematical arguments in a logical manner and understand basic pure mathematics.