Business and Social Sciences (Undergrad)

Intakes

Jan, Sep, Nov

Deadlines

Dec, Aug, Oct
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Faculty Facts

Annual tuition fees

$15,832 $18,949

Undergraduate Foundation Programme Business and Social Sciences

  • 3 terms £1,000 £2,500

Undergraduate Foundation Programme Engineering and Sciences

  • 3 terms £1,000 £2,500

Duration

4 Years

Intakes

Jan, Sep, Nov

Study language

English

Delivery mode

On-Campus

Degree type

Foundation year

List of Programs

Progression programs:

  1. Accounting BA (Hons)
  2. Business Administration BBA (Hons)
  3. Business Analysis & Technology BA (Hons)
  4. Business Enterprise BA (Hons)
  5. Business Law & Business Analysis & Technology BA (Hons)
  6. Business Law & Business Enterprise BA (Hons)
  7. Business Law & Hospitality & Tourism Management BA (Hons)
  8. Business Law & Human Resource Management BA (Hons)
  9. Business Law & Marketing BA (Hons)
  10. Economics & Business Analysis & Technology BA (Hons)
  11. Economics & Business Law BA (Hons)
  12. Economics & Finance BA (Hons)
  13. Economics & Human Resource Management BA (Hons)
  14. Economics & Management BA (Hons)
  15. Economics & Marketing BA (Hons)
  16. Economics & Maths & Statistics BA (Hons)
  17. Economics & Psychology BA (Hons)
  18. Economics and Business Enterprise BA (Hons)
  19. Economics BA (Hons)
  20. Education & Politics and International Relations BA (Hons)
  21. Education & Psychology BA (Hons)
  22. Education and Law BA (Hons)
  23. Education and TESOL BA (Hons)
  24. Finance & Business Analysis & Technology BA (Hons)
  25. Finance & Business Enterprise BA (Hons)
  26. Finance & Business Law BA (Hons)
  27. Finance & Human Resource Management BA (Hons)
  28. Finance & Management BA (Hons)
  29. Finance & Marketing BA (Hons)
  30. Finance & Maths & Statistics BA (Hons)
  31. Finance BA (Hons)
  32. Human Resource Management BA (Hons)
  33. International Business BA (Hons)
  34. Journalism, Media and Communication & Economics BA (Hons)
  35. Journalism, Media and Communication & Law BA (Hons)
  36. Journalism, Media and Communication & Politics and International Relations BA (Hons)
  37. Journalism, Media and Communication & Psychology BA (Hons)
  38. Law & Economics BA (Hons)
  39. Law & Politics & International Relations BA (Hons)
  40. Law & Psychology BA (Hons)
  41. Law LLB
  42. Marketing BA (Hons)
  43. Politics & International Relations & Economics BA (Hons)
  44. Politics & International Relations & Psychology BA (Hons)
  45. Politics & International Relations BA (Hons)
  46. Primary Education BA (Hons)
  47. Psychology & Counselling BSc (Hons)
  48. Psychology & Economics BA (Hons)
  49. Psychology BA (Hons)
  50. Speech & Language Pathology BSc (Hons)
  51. Sport & Physical Activity BSc (Hons)

Requirements

Academic Requirements

  • IGCSE/GCSE/O-Level: 5 passes at A-C in relevant subjects (excluding native language). New grades 9-4 in English and Maths.
  • The Diploma of the International Baccalaureate (IB Diploma) and the Diploma Programme Course (IB Certificate) : 26 points

English Tests Requirements

IELTS

5

(4.5 in writing, minimum 4.0 in all other skills)

About Faculty

A pathway to the second year of an undergraduate degree at the Strathclyde Business School and Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences.

Top Reasons to Study in University of Strathclyde

Home of innovation

At the University of Strathclyde, you’ll be at the cutting edge of innovation and discovery. The University has innovative teaching and learning facilities and is transforming the campus, with investment set to reach £1 billion by 2025. This includes a £31 million investment in the new Strathclyde Sport facility, which opened in 2018 and the Learning and Teaching Hub.

Join world-class alumni

Follow in the footsteps of Strathclyde graduates who have made ground-breaking global achievements. Some of the University’s acclaimed former students include John Logie Baird – inventor of the television, James Blyth – who built the world’s first electricity-producing wind turbine, and Henry Faulds – the originator of fingerprint identification.

Strong links with industry

The University of Strathclyde has local and global links with industry, businesses, and the voluntary and public sectors. The Technology and Innovation Centre on campus is home to companies such as GlaxoSmithKline, AstraZeneca, SSE, Scottish Power and the Weir Group.

The perfect location

Live in the centre of one of the UK’s largest, most dynamic and welcoming cities. Glasgow provides the perfect balance of culture and beauty, with historic castles and the beautiful Highlands within easy reach.

Ranking & Accreditation of University of Strathclyde

  • Top 15 UK University (Guardian University Guide 2021).
  • Named the UK’s University of the Year (Times Higher Education Awards 2019).
  • Voted best Local Life by students (Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2020).
  • Four renowned faculties offer a wide range of highly-ranked subjects (The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019).

Student Accommodation at University of Strathclyde

The University has almost 2,000 rooms offering a variety of reasonably priced standard and en-suite self-catered accommodation in the city-center Campus Village.

Each hall of residence is only a few minutes’ walk from the International Study Centre and main University buildings, and all enjoy excellent access to facilities, including the library, Students’ Union and the Sports Centre.

Deadline:

Dec, Aug, Oct
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