Open to international and EU students only, our BSc Management Economics (including foundation year) is suitable for you if your academic qualifications do not yet meet our entrance requirements for an undergraduate course. This four-year course includes a foundation year (Year Zero), followed by a further three years of undergraduate study. Our compulsory English language and academic skills module supplements your academic subjects. Financial crisis. Unemployment. Immigration. Market competition. Economics helps us shape the present and improve our future. Unlike conventional management courses, our BSc Management Economics analyses the economics of a business or organisation and investigates how they operate and behave. Our BSc differs from BA Management Economics in that you must take mathematical modules in your third year. You experience all aspects of economics and mathematics, including micro and macroeconomics, and explore quantitative research methods. In your second year, you have the opportunity to take optional modules from across the social sciences. In your third year you will take modules in Management of New Technology and Economics of Organisational Management. In your final year you will take Theory of Monopoly and Regulation and Market Structure and Strategic Behaviour. Throughout the course, you build on these skills and apply them to the study of organisational management.