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New Undergraduate Degrees

For 2023 entry we will be introducing the following new degrees*:

  1. Business Administration BSc (Hons)
  2. Data Science BSc (Hons)
  3. Economics BSc (Hons)
  4. English BA (Hons)
  5. History BA (Hons)
  6. Law LLB (Hons)
  7. Philosophy BA (Hons)
  8. Politics & IR BSc (Hons)
  9. Psychology BSc (Hons)

*Subject to approval.

Mode: Full Time

Location: St Katherine’s Dock, London

Fees & funding: Home Students £9,250 per year

Start Date: 6th September 2023

Inspired by the liberal arts, our innovative degrees are designed to provide students with rigorous and in-depth study of their subject, while developing a range of practical transferable skills and exploring a variety of complementary academic subjects.

Our students enjoy the flexibility to create their own academic pathway from a wide range of elective courses, designed to contextualise their studies beyond academia. These electives foster the skills and experiences to inspire and empower students to have a meaningful impact. 

Experiential opportunities, which are credit-bearing and co-designed with partners in industry, community, and research, offer our students the possibility of driving real-world change while working towards their degree.

Key features

  • Study 28 credit-bearing courses and undertake a 30-credit dissertation, over three years, leading to your 360-credit undergraduate honours degree.
  • Focus your degree on the in-depth exploration of your subject with a minimum of 50% of your courses in this subject.
  • Enjoy the flexibility to create your own degree pathway by choosing additional courses from a broad range including Depth, Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Electives.
  • Choose Depth Elective Courses to study additional in-depth courses to further specialise in your subject.
  • Choose Disciplinary Electives to branch out into other subjects such as: Aesthetics, Criminology, Experimental Psychology, Global Politics in the Digital Age, Global Social Responsibility, Green Political Thought, Principles of Machine Learning and The Industry of Art. 
  • Choose Interdisciplinary Electives to explore the big issues that need agile thinking that crosses subject boundaries, such as: AI and Data Ethics, Data Visualisation, Sustainable Development, Technology & Human Values, and Urban Informatics.
  • Engage with faculty research projects, external partners, and potential future employers to drive real-world change through experiential opportunities that count towards your degree. 
  • Acquire the skills and experience that will empower you to make a meaningful impact such as analysing and using data, advocacy, negotiation, writing across audiences and genres, interpreting cultures and institutions, employing ethical and social reasoning, and engaging with emerging technologies. 
  • Work with your Careers Advisors to help identify ambitions, develop your personal narrative, and plan for personal and professional experiences. 
  • Learn how to succeed in the different aspects of marketing yourself to potential employers, from initial application form to final interview.