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Economic, Social and Political SciencesUndergraduate study

Economics Pathway

Studyabroad@Southampton

Our exciting Studyabroad@Southampton programme gives a wide choice to undergraduate international students looking to study with us for a semester or up to a year.

Please visit our @studyabroad hub to find out about more pathway options.

The Economics pathway will give you the opportunity to study economics in the greatest depth.

You can expect rigorous academic standards with real-world practical insights, leading to excellent opportunities.

Choosing your modules

The pathways include modules from all three levels of study at Southampton. Each level corresponds to one of the three undergraduate years and builds upon knowledge and understanding from previous years. The year or level of a module is indicated by the first numeric digit in the module code (e.g. ECON2026 ). Introductory, level 1, modules have been included, where appropriate, to allow students to access pathways outside of their major or specialist area of study.

In each Semester 4 modules are studied for a total of 60 CATS/30 ECTS points. You are recommended to choose 4 modules and 2 reserve choices in each Semester in case your first choice modules are unavailable for any reason or you experience timetable clashes.

Modules with two codes have been designed for assessment at level 2 or level 3. In the case of such modules students hoping to progress to Masters Study or those needing to transfer final year credits back to their home university should choose the code for which the first numeric digit is a 3 (e.g. SOCI3084)

Modules

Options
Interdisciplinary Modules

These modules are designed to help you broaden your learning. You may take one as an optional module.

It should also be noted that the modules will be treated as any other module in a programme, so you still need to pass the interdisciplinary module should you chose to take one. It will be shown on your final transcript and count towards the final classification.

For the full list of modules visit the Interdisciplinary Modules section

Some modules may be subject to change or availability.

 

Entry requirements

You must achieve an average mark equivalent to Lower Second Class honours at your home University at the most recent assessment period before starting at Southampton.

You will need to have achieved an English language proficiency standard of IELTS 6.5 with a minimum of 5.5 in each element (or equivalent).  

Visit the University Admissions pages for details of acceptable equivalent qualifications.

Tuition Fees

Study Abroad students will pay tuition fees to the University of Southampton with a discount of 5%, if there is no special agreement for tuitions fees with the sending institution.

If you are a student form an EU country you will pay UK/EU tuition fees

If you are a student from a Non EU country you will pay international tuition fees

Progression to masters study

Students who successfully complete 2 semesters on a Studyabroad@Southampton pathway and meet the following criteria will be eligible for admission to the Linked MSc programmes specified for that pathway:

Students who complete a single semester of study or wish to apply for a Master’s programme not specified on their pathway will be subject to the standard admissions requirements for that programme.

Apply now

Ready to experience Southampton? Download the application form here and email to us at: studyabroad@southampton.ac.uk

Download the application form

Guaranteed accommodation

We guarantee a place in our halls of residence for all Study Abroad students

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Get a discount on a masters degree with us

Students who complete one or two semesters will be eligible for a 10% discount on masters study at Southampton

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