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International Year One

International Year One Program on Mathematics with Accounting, Economics, Finance or Management

This program gives you the opportunity to choose from four specialized options, which means you can tailor the course to yourself and your learning goals.

What is International Year One (IYO – First Year International)?

Designed to partner with the prestigious University of Exeter, the International Year One program allows students to enter the second year of a specialized undergraduate degree. Students will not only improve their subject knowledge and English skills but also develop important study and research skills to ensure you are fully prepared for study at university. Students will be assessed through examinations and exercises. These can be essay exercises, practical exercises, individual and group research projects, presentations or problem solving exercises.

Benefits of the program

Acquire thinking skills and reasoning thinking, work both individually and as part of the group.

  • Study with other first year students in Maths.
  • Support intensive English skills.
  • Teaching university style from experienced teachers.
  • Make sure to transition to the selected degree program to achieve the final progress.

And as a college student from the first day of admission, you will have the right to use and access the top facilities of the school including Student Association, Sports Park and Forum.

Main information

Admission: Monday, September 17, 2018 – Friday, June 7, 2019

Course length: 3 terms, equivalent to 9 months

Number of class hours: 20-22 hours / week

Minimum age: 16 years or older (all students must be 17 years old before the end of the first term)

Admission requirements: Complete the A-levels according to the required level, or the first year of university with a good average score or equivalent. A-level Math must score B.

English admission requirement: IELTS 6.0 (minimum of 5.5 and not less than 5.0 for secondary skills) or equivalent. If you do not meet the minimum English requirements, students should apply for INTO’s Academic English course.

Certification: successful completion of the IYO program will help students receive a Higher Education Certificate (FHEQ Level 4) from the University of Exeter.

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Tuition fee: £ 19,235

Tuition does not include:

  • Registration fee: £ 150 (charged upon confirmation)
  • Textbooks and other learning materials

Why should you choose the University of Exeter? 

As a member of the prestigious Russell organization, the University of Exeter is located on a beautiful and modern campus, with everything you need just a few steps away.

Universities are highly ranked

University of Exeter is one of the UK’s leading universities, ranked among the top 20 in a variety of subjects including Accounting and Finance, Mathematics and Business Studies (*).

  • Ranked first in the UK for international SV experience (according to the WhatUni Student Choice Awards 2017).
  • Members of the prestigious Russell Foundation include leading research-intensive universities.
  • Gold TEF certificate for teaching quality (Teaching Excellence Framework 2017).
  • The Times & The Sunday Times voted as the Sports University of 2016.

Support step by step

During the study program, students will receive support and advice from the school’s teachers, as well as feedback in seminars and tutorials. Regular face-to-face meetings with your own tutor allow students to discuss progress and plans for future learning.

The second house of international students

When studying at INTO Exeter Center, students will live with other friends in the residential areas or with a carefully selected local family – your choice is!

The INTO campus built in the campus of the INTO is only a 15-minute walk from INTO Center, with a coffee shop and service. The option to live with a homestay will give you the opportunity to experience local life in the UK. You will have a private room in the carefully chosen host’s home, sharing meal time and living space.

Description of modules

You will need 120 credits to complete your Pathway program, with each module counted for 30 credits.

Content of the course

Core modules

English skills for higher education (30 credits)

Mathematical method (30 credits)

Mathematical structures (30 credits)

Specialized modules – Mathematics with Accounting

Introduction to Financial Accounting (15 credits)

Introduction to Management Accounting (15 credits)

Specialized modules – Mathematics with Economics

Microeconomics 1 (30 credits)

Specialized modules – Mathematics with Finance

Microeconomics 1 (30 credits)

Specialized modules – Mathematics with Management

Management Concept and Practice (15 credits)

Marketing Principles (15 credits)

The Main Module 

English language skills at university level

Develop language skills for math and business studies. This module aims to improve the ability to read complex academic texts and evaluate relevant information; producing writing exercises; and develop fluency and confidence in discussions as well as presentations.

Mathematical method

Develop skills and techniques in computing, geometry and algebra, including practical methods and problem solving, differential and integral analysis, basic principles of vectors and algebra matrix.

Mathematical structure

– Introduction to mathematical reasoning: Students will study the building blocks of mathematics, including important properties of the standard number system, vector space and abstract definition of a group.

Specialized modules

Marketing principles

– Students will consider providing a consumer-oriented perspective on marketing, learning about social and psychological factors in planning marketing, marketing and consumer strategies in the context of globalization. and the ethics of marketing activities as they relate to sustainable environments.

Introduction to Financial Accounting

Learn about important financial reports, from source documents through published financial reports, as well as financial reports in the UK, and how to interpret accounting information announced.

Introduction to Management Accounting

This module introduces students to basic cost accounting processes, long-term and short-term decision-making techniques, and evaluates the results of different scenarios using calculations to make recommendations reasonable.

Management Concept and Practice

Building knowledge of management concepts, organizations and related theories, examining the development and implementation of business strategies, and explaining key management issues on marketing and resource management manpower and operations.

Microeconomics 1

Learn important tools for conducting microeconomic analysis, including theory of consumption and production, risks and uncertainty, market power and failure and game theory .

Process options

The table below provides information about modules that students need to study and what you need to achieve to secure a position at Exeter University in September 2019.

Subjects Request English proficiency (%) % Score at the end of semester
Mathematics with Accounting BSc (Hons)* Introduction to Financial Accounting and Introduction to Management Accounting 65 50
Mathematics with Economics BSc (Hons)* Microeconomics 1 65 50
Mathematics with Finance BSc (Hons)* Microeconomics 1 65 50
Mathematics with Management BSc (Hons)* Management Concepts and Practice and Fundamentals of Marketing 65 50

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