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Second clearing list

Kings College London - Computer Science with Management - Accepted by email
1st year
Data structures, Programming I & II, Computer systems I & II, Maths for computing I, Economics & management methods and approaches

2nd year
Conceptual analysis, Database systems, Operating systems & concurrency, Programming language design paradigms, Applied logic, Software architectures & patterns, Systems implementation, Management: Accounting and marketing

3rd year
Individual project, Computer communications & networking, Human resource management & business strategy

 

Birmingham - Computer science - Sort of accepted, must send off form

Reading - Maths and economics - Accepted
This programme is designed for those who wish to develop their mathematical skills in areas relevant to economics. The core of the mathematical component consists of analysis, linear algebra, numerical analysis and control theory, while in economics the main areas are microeconomics, macroeconomics, business and economic forecasting and applied econometrics. Our graduates are well qualified for quantitative economic forecasting.
In Part 1 you take six modules of Mathematics and six modules of Economics allowing you to keep open the possibility of transferring to the single subject degrees in Mathematics or Economics after passing Part 1.

Located halfway between London and Oxford
The tours will be running on Wednesday afternoons from the 16th July until the 17th September.

Essex - Economics and Maths - Accepted 01206873165 for more info
Economics and maths prospectuses downloaded. Also economics and computing course looks interesting.
Wednesday 20 August.

Southampton - Economics and maths - Sort of accepted - must send off form
° Time is split roughly 2/3 to 1/3 between mathematics and economics.
° Mathematics component provides a foundation in the main areas of mathematics, with statistics (particularly important in Economics) being developed further in year two. A wide range of second and third year options enable further specialisation, or exploration of a broader range of mathematics.
° Economics component spread over the three years of the course, enabling you to develop a detailed knowledge of micro- and macro-economics and econometrics, dealing with specific statistical issues that arise in economics.
° The first year of the course is shared with the Mathematics with Finance course.
Liverpool - Accepted must reply by 20th - Contacted and declined

Sheffield - Accepted must reply by 18th 011422228015

Manchester - economics and business management sort of accepted