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 exemptions from the University of London Programmes for:
- Mathematics 1
- Introduction to Economics
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, at 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.
|Study Mode: Part-Time||Duration: 2 months per course|
|Delivery Mode: Classroom||Teacher-Student Ratio: 1:15|
|Awarding Body: SAA Global Education|