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Hi,

Are there any top universities where you can study Economics without a level maths?

And a B in GCSE maths?

I’m doing economics at a level and should get an A/A*

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Hi,

Are there any top universities where you can study Economics without a level maths?

And a B in GCSE maths?

I’m doing economics at a level and should get an A/A*

Thanks
Try East Anglia, Essex, Kent, Lancaster, Sussex and Swansea.
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Hi,

Are there any top universities where you can study Economics without a level maths?

And a B in GCSE maths?

I’m doing economics at a level and should get an A/A*

Thanks
Hello,

At Sussex, we have courses for both BSc Economics and BA Economics that may be of interest to you.

We are in the Top 10 in the UK for Business and Economics (The Times Higher Education World University Rankings by Subject 2021) and Top 15 in the UK for Economics and Business (US News & World Report Best Global Universities 2021). You will also join the EQUIS-accredited University of Sussex Business School. Only 1% of business schools around the globe is accredited by EQUIS.

There are no subject requirements for A levels for both courses, however, you must have GCSE (or equivalent) Mathematics, with at least grade 6 (or grade B) which you qualify for.

The main difference between BSc and BA Economics is that for BSc Economics, you study a quantitative approach to economics including advanced statistics and applied econometrics and you will also gain advanced mathematical economics skills. Whereas for BA Economics, you focus on the practice of economics and policy-making. There's a lighter emphasis on mathematics and statistics than on the BSc.


Please don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions!

Kind Regards,
Erica (Third Year BSc Computer Science and Artificial Inteligence Student)
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'Applying for Economics' has info about this : https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki/economics_degree
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