Typical offer: A*AA (or equivalent)
Required subjects: None
Useful subjects: Mathematics, Economics
Number of undergraduate students admitted per year: Around 5
The BA in Land Economy focuses on the use, management and development of the built and natural environment, and offers a solid grounding in both economics and law. The course is accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, but graduates go on to pursue a wide range of careers and Land Economy has one of the strongest records for post-BA employment in the University.
The first year of the course comprises teaching students the core disciplines of law and economics, and introduces students to the multidisciplinary nature of the degree. Students take four papers in their first year.
In second year, students have the chance to develop their skills and choose from a range of subjects. Students choose five papers to complete over the year.
In final year, four papers are chosen that allow students to specialise even further. In addition, students also write a 10,000 word dissertation on a topic of their choice.
Typical offers require
- A Level: A*AA
- IB: 42 points, with 776 in Higher Level
- Advanced Highers: A1, A2, A2
For other qualifications see the main entrance requirements pages on the University website.
- Required: None
- Highly recommended: Mathematics, Economics
Mature students and those taking other qualifications are encouraged to contact our Admissions Office (at firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss the entry requirements for their qualifications.
Applicants are required to submit two pieces of written work.
No assessment is required for this course.
Interviews allow us to distinguish amongst excellent applicants by assessing the skills and aptitudes essential for successful study in higher education, and your academic qualities – essentially, how do you think?
For 2023 entry, interviews for all applicants, will take place virtually, except for UK-based applications to Trinity College. However, the aims and content will still be the same as in-person interviews.
Each candidate typically has two interviews, lasting between twenty and thirty minutes. In some cases, you will be given preparatory reading beforehand.
In a few subjects, you will be interviewed by more than one College or in the Faculty. You will be notified of this in your interview invitation.
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