The School encourages 2017 entrants who are predicted to achieve good to excellent A-level grades (at or near AAA) or equivalent to apply. Equivalents include the International and European Baccalaureates, Irish Leaving Certificate and Scottish Framework Qualifications, as well as relevant EU qualifications. Equivalents from overseas (non EU) examinations are also welcome, as are applications from mature or returning students.
If you have any questions about the suitability of your predicted grades we strongly encourage you to contact the Admissions Team.
This page outlines the entry requirements for all undergraduate degrees of the School of Economics and Finance for UK and international students.
The School welcomes applications from candidates holding a wide variety of qualifications. For any qualifications not listed, please contact the Admissions Team:
Please visit the International section of the QMUL website for more information about our English language requirements.
The School of Economics and Finance has a diverse student body with more than 60 different nationalities represented on our undergraduate courses.
Please select from the countries listed below to see the entry requirements.
For the degree programmes with integrated foundation year: We generally require a good high school leaving certificate with Mathematics at the level of GCSE grade 6 (or equivalent). Applicants with qualifications that are in principle acceptable for direct entry onto our BSc (Econ) undergraduate degree programmes (please see the country details below), but at a level below the published entry requirements for those degrees, will be considered on a case-by-case basis, with the expectation that applicants with these qualifications will not normally receive offers.
If your country is not listed, or if you have any further questions, please contact the Admissions team:
Besides transfers from the University of London External Diploma we generally do not encourage transfers into any of our programmes, although we sometimes consider applications for direct entry into the second year (never into the third year) in exceptional circumstances and as a matter of discretion. It may depend in part upon the reason for the request and the compatibility of the two programmes. The applicant's qualifications must match the entry requirements of the programme. We would also look at achievement so far in the applicant's current degree programme and may also attach an academic condition relating to performance in assessments to be taken if we do decide to make an offer.
Transfer students are required to make their application through UCAS during the normal cycle.