1 Structures of the programme
Annex A gives the full syllabuses available on the programme.
The Access route comprises a total of two full courses, or the equivalent.
See section 6 for progression to the degree.
The two full courses are chosen from the following options. A student is required to choose their options in accordance with the rules that follow.
Two full courses, or the equivalent, chosen from the following:
- DV1171 Introduction to international development
- GY1009 Human geography
- GY1147 Physical geography: fundamentals of the physical environment
- IR1011 Introduction to international relations
- IR1034 World history since 1917
- IS1168 Introduction to computer systems architecture and programming
- PS1130 Introduction to modern political thoughtorPS1114 Democratic politics and the state
- LA1031 Common law reasoning and institutions
- MT105A Mathematics 1 (half course) andMT105B Mathematics 2 (half course) 1, 2
- MT1174 Calculus
- SC1021 Principles of sociology
- ST104A Statistics 1 (half course) andMT105A Mathematics 1 (half course) 3
1 MT105B Mathematics 2 must be taken with or after MT105A Mathematics 1.
2 Students who choose this option will not be permitted to also take ST104A Statistics 1 and MT105A Mathematics 1.
3 Students who choose this option will not be permitted to also take MT105A Mathematics 1 and MT105B Mathematics 2.
4 GY1148 Methods of geographical analysis must be taken with or after ST104A Statistics 1.
5 ST104B Statistics 2 must be taken with or after ST104A Statistics 1.
Two courses have been added to list of options available to students of the Access route. The courses are DV1171 Introduction to international development, and IS1168 Introduction to computer systems architecture and programming.
Some courses cannot be taken together. Where this applies, a note concerning "exclusions" is included under the syllabuses in Annex A.
A student intending to transfer to a degree in the fields of Economics, Management, Finance and the Social Sciences through the Standard Route after successful completion of the Access route is strongly advised, before making their choice of courses, to check in advance both the structure of the degree of their choice and the rules on progression to the degrees.
The structures of the EMFSS degrees are on the website: www.londoninternational.ac.uk/current_students/general_resources/regulations
Full details on progression are given in section 6.
A student may not re-enter the examination for a course in which they have already passed.
A student may change each choice of course once only.
A student may apply to change their choice of a course at any stage in their studies until they enter the examination for the course concerned. An application from a student who has entered the examination for the course concerned will not be considered until after the examination results for that session have been published.
No accreditation of prior learning can be awarded from any course of the Access route.
An International Programmes Student registered for the Diploma in Economics or the Diploma in Social Sciences or a Diploma for Graduates or a degree in the fields of Economics, Management, Finance and the Social Sciences will not be permitted to transfer their registration to the Access route under any circumstances.
A student registered for a programme in another field of study may, however, apply to transfer provided they satisfy the requirements.
A student registered for the Access route may proceed to a degree in the fields of Economics, Management, Finance and the Social Sciences through the Standard Route provided they satisfy certain conditions. Transfer will not be permitted to a degree through the Graduate Entry Route unless they satisfy the relevant entrance requirements.
A student registered for the Access route will not be permitted to transfer to any other programme of study.