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College of Social Sciences and International Studies

Progression requirements for September 2021

The table below provides detailed information about which INTO programme and modules need to be studied to allow progression to a chosen subject, along with the grades that need to be achieve, to guaratee progression to the College of Social Sciences and International Studies in September 2021.

Foundation pathway

Leading to Level 1 undergraduate study. A number of programmes are available with Industrial Experience and Study Abroad.  For further information about these opportunities please contact Progression and Placement at INTO.progression@exeter.ac.uk

Degree programmeAwardINTO pathwayEnglish gradeAdditional requirementsOverall academic grade
Arab and Islamic Studies 

Arab and Islamic Studies                                                                  

MArabic HLS 65 None 67

Middle East Studies

BA HLS 65 None 63
Law
Business and Laws - Penryn BBL HLS/EFM/FT 65 None 63
Law                                                                           LLB HLS 65 None 67
Law with Business - Penryn LLB HLS/EFM/FT 65 None 63
Politics
Global Politics - Penryn BA HLS 65 None 63
International Relations BA HLS 65 None 67
Politics BA HLS 65 None 67
Politics and International Relations - Streatham BSc/MPol HLS 65 None 67
Sociology and Philosophy
Criminology BSc HLS 65 None 67
Philosophy BA HLS 65 None 67
Sociology BA HLS 65 None 63
Sociology BSc HLS 65 None 63
Interdisciplinary Programmes
Philosophy and History BA HLS 65 None 67
Philosophy and Politics BA HLS 65 None 67
Philosophy and Sociology BA HLS 65 None 67
Philosophy and Theology BA HLS 65 None 63
Politics and English BA HLS 65 None 63
Politics and Geography BA HLS 65 None 63
Politics and Management - Penryn BA HLS/EFM 65 None 63
Politics and Sociology BA HLS 65 None 67
Politics, Philosophy and Economics BA HLS/EFM 65 None 67
Sociology and Anthropology BA HLS 65 None 63
Sociology and Criminology BA HLS 65 None 67

 

From the INTO Graduate Diploma (Management Pathway) students can progress to MPA (Masters in Public Administration).  The progression requirements are 65 in English and 65 overall academic average.