Degree Classification Weighting is based on 240 credits: One unit of assessment is allocated to every 10 credits and constitutes one 10-credit paper. The following are the twenty four 10-credit papers on which the classification of the degree is based (papers that for the purpose of degree classification acquire weighting of 20 credits are, therefore, listed twice and papers that for the purpose of degree classification acquire weighting of 40 credits are, therefore, listed four times) as follows:
From third year: 1) Topics in Microeconomics 2) Topics in Microeconomics 3) Essentials of Econometrics 4) Essentials of Econometrics 5) Topics in Macroeconomics OR Applications of Econometrics 6) Topics in Macroeconomics OR Applications of Econometrics 7) Honours Differential Equations 8) Honours Differential Equations 9) Honours Complex Variables OR Honours Algebra 10) Honours Complex Variables OR Honours Algebra 11) Economics or Maths Honours Option 12) Economics or Maths Honours Option
From fourth year: 13) Economics Honours Dissertation or Project in Mathematics 14) Economics Honours Dissertation or Project in Mathematics 15) Economics Honours Dissertation or Project in Mathematics 16) Economics Honours Dissertation or Project in Mathematics 17) Economics Honours option 18) Economics Honours option 19) Economics Honours option 20) Economics Honours option 21) Maths Honours option 22) Maths Honours option 23) Maths Honours option 24) Maths Honours option.
Degree Classification Weighting for students who spent their third year abroad is based on 120 credits: One unit of assessment is allocated to every 10 credits and constitutes one 10-credit paper. The following are the twelve 10-credit papers on which the classification of the degree is based (papers that for the purpose of degree classification acquire weighting of 20 credits are, therefore, listed twice and papers that for the purpose of degree classification acquire weighting of 40 credits are, therefore, listed four times) as follows:
From fourth year: 1) Economics Honours Dissertation or Project in Mathematics 2) Economics Honours Dissertation or Project in Mathematics 3) Economics Honours Dissertation or Project in Mathematics 4) Economics Honours Dissertation or Project in Mathematics 5) Economics Honours option 6) Economics Honours option 7) Economics Honours option 8) Economics Honours option 9) Maths Honours option 10) Maths Honours option 11) Maths Honours option 12) Maths Honours option.
Students who spent their third year abroad at a partner university must have completed and passed a full year's diet of examinable subjects (equivalent to 120 credits), all of which must have been in Economics and Mathematics. Students must take third year compulsory courses for which they did not take suitable substitutes on their year abroad. Additional requirements are described in the Degree Programme Handbook available on Learn.