The Certificate of Higher Education in Social Sciences taught at MIUC is not only a stand-alone qualification, but also a potential entry route to further study in BSC. Students unable to meet the general entry requirements for the Economics, Management, Finance and Social Sciences degrees offered through the International Programmes, with academic direction from LSE, are able to access them after completing this programme successfully. In addition, several universities in the UK, including LSE and other University of London Colleges, will consider you for entry into the second year of a degree. You will need to have passed syllabuses similar to those taken at the Colleges concerned and to have achieved very high marks. MIUC allows you to obtain a prestigious qualification at a reasonable cost. You can study the Certificate of Higher Education in Social Sciences at MIUC to benefit from face-to-face tutorial support and the opportunity to interact with fellow students in person.

Academic Requirements

  • normally be 18 years or older before 31 December in the year you first register with the University
  • have passed one GCE/A level at grades A-E and 4 GCSE/O levels at grades A-C OR six GCSE/O levels at grades A-C, or equivalent; and
  • have passed GCSE/O level Maths with a grade C or above or equivalent. This qualification will count towards the number of GCSEs/O levels required as stated above; and
  • provide proof of competence in English which is acceptable to the University. (A test of proficiency may be required and
  • have been admitted to a full- or part-time course of instruction at an institution which is recognised to teach the Certificate of Higher Education in Social Sciences