The SAA bridging courses in Mathematics & Economics are externally reviewed by the London School of Economics and Political Sciences academics for the purpose of seeking level 100 courses exemptions in the University of London International Programmes.
Second Year Entry via SAA Bridging Course
The University Of London degree consists of 12 courses and can be completed in three years (four courses a year). A student may gain up to 4 UOL foundation courses exemptions upon passing both the SAA bridging exams. Hence, a student may enter directly into the 2nd year of the degree programme – i.e. able to complete the degree in 2 years (4 courses a year).
SAA Bridging Economics:
The syllabus closely follows the University of London Introduction to Economics course guide. The three-hour SAA Bridging Economics exam is similar in standard to the University of London paper, Introduction to Economics.
SAA Bridging Mathematics:
The syllabus closely follows the University of London Mathematics 1 course guide. In addition, SAA Bridging Mathematics includes University of London Mathematics 2 chapter in Linear equations. The two-hour SAA Bridging Mathematics exam is similar in standard to the University of London paper, Mathematics 1.
|Delivery Mode:||Teacher Student Ratio: Approx 1:15|
|Awarding Body: University of London (UOL)|