International Foundation in Business and Economics with English

Prepare for your Bachelor degree in business and economics at a leading university . The INTO University of East Anglia Foundation Programme prepares you for success in your degree programme. This integrated course improves your level of English, study skills, and knowledge of your chosen degree subject.

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If you find this course cheaper elsewhere, we will match the price and give you a £50 voucher when you book*.

*Applies only to like-for-like dates at the same school on the same course for the same duration.

Study

Minimum entry requirements

  • Minimum age: 17
  • English level: B1: Intermediate / | IELTS 5
  • Academic level:

    You need to have completed 12 years of schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the same standard) with very good grades. Students who have achieved the minimum IELTS score overall but do not have the required score in writing for direct entry will be considered on a case by case basis.

Course format

  • Length of study: From 3 terms
  • Lessons per week: 20
  • Maximum class size: 12
  • Typical student age: 17 - 23
  • Typical student mix:
    27% European, 45% Far Eastern, 28% Other

Dates and fees

  • Start dates:
    • 7 Jul 2014
    • 22 Sep 2014
    • 29 Sep 2014
    • 5 Jan 2015
  • Tuition fees: From 13995.00 GBP

    Tuition length options

    • 3 terms: 13995.00 GBP
    • 4 terms: 18245.00 GBP
  • Compulsory fees

    • Our admin fee: 49 GBP
    • Enrolment fee: 150.00 GBP
    • Textbooks per term: 60.00 GBP
  • Other expenses:

Depending on your intended degree, you will need to choose one option:

  1.     Business and Economics with Society and Culture

  2.     Business and Economics with Accounting

Business and Economics with Society and Culture

What will I study?
Core modules:

Academic English

This module introduces and develops your skills in academic reading, writing, listening and speaking. It deals with the structure of academic writing through the study of academic texts related to your field of study.

Foundation Mathematics

This module covers basic mathematical concepts including algebra, solution of quadratic equations, coordinate geometry, trigonometry, differential and integral calculus, basic techniques of statistics and ideas of probability.

Specialist modules:

Introduction to Business

This module includes themes such as the business environment, managing people, leadership, human resource management, corporate strategy, marketing and organisational structure.

Economics

The main aims of this unit are to introduce students to thinking like an economist and to become familiar with key terminology used in economics

Society and Culture

This module introduces the fundamental concepts of society, socialisation and culture. Topics covered include race and ethnicity, gender and sexuality, religion, and the mass media.

Where will it take me?

This course will lead to Bachelor degrees at the University of East Anglia in the following areas:

Norwich Business School School of Computing Sciences

  • BSc Accounting and Finance
  • BSc Accounting with Management
  • BSc Business Management
  • BSc International Business Management (London)
  • BSc Computer Graphics
  • BEng Computer Systems Engineering
  • BSc Computing for Business
  • BSc Computing for Business with a Year in Industry
  • BSc Computing Science
  • BSc Computing Science, Imaging and Multimedia
  • BSc Computing Science with a Year in Industry
  • BSc Software Engineering
  • School of Economics  School of Education and Lifelong Learning
  • BSc Business Economics
  • BSc Business, Finance and Economics
  • BSc Economics
  • BSc Economics with Accountancy
  • BA Philosophy, Politics and Economics
  • BSc Politics and Economics
  • BA Educational Studies

School of Film and Television Studies and School of International Development

  • BA Film and American Studies
  • BA Film and Television Studies
  • BA Media Studies
  • BA International Development
  • BA International Development with Overseas Experience
  • BA International Development with Social Anthropology and Politics
  • BA (Hons) International Development with Social Anthropology and Politics with Overseas Experience
  • BA International Development with Economics
  • BA International Development with Economics with Overseas Experience
  • BSc International Development with Environment and Society
  • BSc International Development with Environment and Society with Overseas Experience.

School of Language and Communication Studies

  • BA Cross-Cultural Communication with Business Management

School of Political, Social and International Studies and School of World Art Studies and Museology

  • BA International Relations and European Politics
  • BA International Relations and Politics
  • BA International Relations
  • BA Philosophy and Politics
  • BA Politics
  • BA Media with Politics
  • BA Society, Culture and Media
  • BA Archaeology, Anthropology and Art History
  • BA Film Studies and Art History
  • BA History of Art

Business and Economics with Accounting

What will I study?
Core modules:

Academic English

This module introduces and develops your skills in academic reading, writing, listening and speaking. It deals with the structure of academic writing through the study of academic texts related to your field of study.

Foundation Mathematics

This module covers basic mathematical concepts including algebra, solution of quadratic equations, coordinate geometry, trigonometry, differential and integral calculus, basic techniques of statistics and ideas of probability.

Specialist modules:
Introduction to Business

This module includes the following themes: the business environment; managing people; leadership; human resource management; corporate strategy; marketing; and organisational structure.

Economics

The main aims of this unit are to introduce students to thinking like an economist and to become familiar with key terminology used in economics.

Introduction to Accounting

This introductory module covers financial and management accounting, including social and environmental accounting. It demonstrates some of the basic accounting concepts and procedures used in the preparation of financial statements and helps you understand financial performance.

Where will it take me?

This course will lead on to bachelor degrees at the University of East Anglia in the following areas:

Norwich Business School and School of Computing Sciences

  • BSc Accounting and Finance
  • BSc Accounting with Management
  • BSc Business Management
  • BSc International Business Management (London)
  • BSc Computer Graphics
  • BEng Computer Systems Engineering
  • BSc Computing for Business
  • BSc Computing for Business with a Year in Industry
  • BSc Computing Science
  • BSc Computing Science, Imaging and Multimedia
  • BSc Computing Science with a Year in Industry
  • BSc Software Engineering

School of Economics and the School of Education and Lifelong Learning

  • BSc Business Economics
  • BSc Business, Finance and Economic
  • BSc Economics
  • BSc Economics with Accountancy
  • BA Philosophy, Politics and Economics
  • BSc Politics and Economics
  • BA Educational Studies

School of International Development

  • BA International Development
  • BA International Development with Overseas Experience
  • BA International Development with Social Anthropology and Politics
  • BA International Development with Social Anthropology and Politics with Overseas Experience
  • BA International Development with Economics
  • BA International Development with Economics and Overseas Experience
  • BSc International Development with Environment and Society
  • BSc International Development with Environment and Society with Overseas Experience
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