The study of economics aims to outline the factors that determine production, distribution and functions of goods and services.
The main objective of the Economics Foundation course is to give students a good working knowledge of economics. This knowledge can be used either as a foundation for further study as a single subject or as part of a wider business-related course at university.
The course will introduce key topics such as how markets work and fail, macro-economic principles and policies and international economics. The course is made up of 4 core subjects which are Economics, Business, International Relations and Maths. These core subjects are combined with English lessons and a weekly session with a personal tutor who will support and guide throughout your time at St Andrew’s College. Our classes are small and we have experienced teachers who are able to provide you with the individual attention you need to be successful.
Successful completion of the course will allow you to apply for Economics based undergraduate courses at university or business-related courses such as Marketing, Business Management and Accountancy and Finance.
- Entry Requirements
- Key Course Information
- Course Content
- University Destinations and Courses
These are the entry requirements for the Economics Foundation course.
|SEPTEMBER START||JANUARY START|
|COURSE LEVEL||RQF LEVEL 3||RQF LEVEL 3|
|AGE AT START OF COURSE||16.5||17|
|ENGLISH LEVEL||IELTS 5.0||IELTS 5.5|
Here’s some key information about the Economics Foundation Course.
|ECONOMICS||September Start||January Start|
|Course Length||3 terms||2 terms*|
|Start Dates||2nd September 2019||6th January 2020|
|English Language Requirement||IELTS 5.0||IELTS 5.5|
|Hours of study per week||23||>30|
|Tuition Fees per Term||£6350||£6350|
|Accommodation Options||Residential or Homestay||Homestay|
These are the subjects you’ll study on the Economics Foundation Course
- International Relations
- English (IELTS/EAP)
Read the full course syllabus below
Here are some examples of the universities and courses that our recent graduates chose following their Economics Foundation course.
Remember to check the entry requirements for the course you want to study to ensure they accept your qualifications and that you meet the IELTS requirement.
|Loughborough University||BSc (Hons) Economics|
|University of Exeter||BSc (Hons) Accounting and Finance|
|University of Nottingham||BSc (Hons) Economics|
|Lancaster University||BSc (Hons) Business Economics|
To apply for a course, go to our APPLY page. You can choose to apply online or download our application forms and scan them to us. Please ensure you read the instructions on the page so you complete the correct forms.