Was wondering if anyone had any ideas to help me.
I would like to study Economics at Uni, however you need HL Maths in IB for practically all unis- I am not doing this as it is a very challenging course (too much for me) I am doing standard level IB maths (equivalent for A level maths)
So instead I am looking at a Economics+German Degree, the (top ish) unis that seem to offer this are Warwick, Nottingham, St Andrews and Leeds.
Obviously this would be a BA, would this affect any jobs in the future?
Are there any other Economics + something else type degrees that are good and don't require HL Maths. Or unis that don't need HL maths for straight econ.
Econ without IB HL Maths Watch
- Thread Starter
- 15-01-2017 17:43
- 15-01-2017 17:58
Southampton take standard maths for Politics and Economics, if that interests you
If you're looking at the unis you mentioned above then you might wanna look at Bristol, they accept standard maths for straight Econ but you'll need a 7, and 38 overall.
Bath also take standard maths with a 7, with 36 overall.
http://www.bath.ac.uk/study/ug/prosp...-requirements/Last edited by MadVisionary; 15-01-2017 at 18:01.