The academic Pathway for EMFSS (Economics, Management, Finance and Social Sciences) is provided by the esteemed and trail blazing London School of Economics. The following three year degree programmes are offered in TMUC Pakistan.

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BSc (Hons) Accounting and Finance

The programme is ideal for those who wish to pursue a career in accountancy, consulting or in financial services. Graduates of this degree will be equipped to use accounting statements and financial information to aid in decision-making. The course covers theory and practices involved in financial accounting, working capital management, risk management, business valuation, mergers and acquisitions which are all of primary concern to a corporate manager. The course provides a strong foundation in accounting and finance particularly for those who wish to pursue a professional accountancy qualification or an academic study in related areas after graduation.

Who is it for? This degree is for you if you:

  • Wish to go on to take professional accountancy qualifications. You may be able to gain exemptions from several of the examinations of professional accountancy bodies (depending on the courses taken). We do advise you to contact the relevant bodies for advice .
  • Are professionally qualified in the accountancy field and would now like to take a degree.
  • Have not yet decided which profession to pursue and are interested in the fields of accounting and finance.

Programme Aims

  •  To provide a thorough grounding in accounting and finance, within a strong social science framework.
  • Become professionally qualified in the accountancy field.

BSc (Hons) Business and Management

A successful business enterprise involves a lot more than an innovative idea. It requires insights into the industry, the market that exists for the product or service, the basis of competition and identifying competitors. The success of a business venture also depends on how one navigates the interdependencies between the various aspects of a business, viz. finance, marketing, operations and human resources. An undergraduate degree in management hones your ability to identify, analyse and solve multidisciplinary problems which are specific to different organisational models

Who is it for? This degree is for you if you wish to:

  • Acquire the ability to think independently about business and management decisions.
  • Gain a degree that will be valued by employers looking for people who can demonstrate logical and quantitative reasoning.
  • Gain knowledge and understanding of several issues in international management, while allowing you to learn from issues and experiences relevant to your local environment.

Programme Aims:

  • This degree provides a solid understanding of the different functional areas of business and provides a good foundation for a career in management.
  • The social science emphasis allows you to develop thorough appreciation of business and management within a wider environment.
  • The degree is designed to develop excellent analytical skills, which are invaluable to the decision-making role of management and also to further study.

BSc (Hons) Economics and Management

A degree in economics and management gives you a unique opportunity to study the two most sought-after disciplines in social science. Economics provides an understanding of resource allocation between economic entities, while management is focused on determining how best to utilize allocated resources to achieve the goals of an organization.

This degree would be attractive to students who wish to explore the interaction between the organization and the economic environment which it inhabits. You learn about the nature and functioning of the different aspects of an organization, like product development, finance, marketing and human resources. At the same time, you develop the ability to comprehend how market trends and events impact organizations. The former and latter come together to ensure efficient decision-making.

Who is this degree for? This degree is for you if you:

  • Wish to obtain a general education in those disciplines that underlie the theory and practice of management, whilst still specializing in Economics.
  • Aspire for careers in management consultancy, banking, accounting and general management

Programme Aims:

  • This degree has strong emphasis on the theory and practice in Social Science.
  • It will give you knowledge and understanding of a range of issues in international management.
  • The degree will be valued by employers who are looking for people who can demonstrate logical and quantitative reasoning (e.g. accountancy, banking, and general management).

BSc (Hons) Politics and International Relations

Politics and International Relations at UOL offers a diverse range of courses that will enhance your knowledge and understanding of the subject. The analysis and evaluation skills that you develop will help you in your future career. Some of the topics that you will study throughout the program include Liberalism, Patterns of Global Wealth and Inequality, Human and Economic Rights, Migration and Citizenship, Foreign Policy, Theories of IR, Research Methodology, Global Plotical economy etc.


Who is this degree for? This degree is for you if you:

  • Have a keen interest in foreign affairs and want to understand the nature and relations between countries
  • Are interested to know the unique relationships between different cultures and how they affect different aspects of society, from economics to law, security, and governance.
  • Want to gain a deeper understanding of global issues and perspectives.

Programme Aims:

  • combine a study of politics and international relations or go on to postgraduate study in this area.
  • understand how political power is distributed and organized within and between states.
  • consider some of the key issues facing the international community such as the causes of war and globalization.

Certificate of Higher Education in Social Science (CHESS)

The ‘Certificate of Higher Education in Social Sciences’ (CHESS) is a qualification in its own. It provides an entry route to the Economics, Management, Finance and Social Sciences degrees offered through the International Programmes with academic direction from LSE.

By successfully completing the programme, you will develop analytical competence allowing you to undertake further undergraduate study.

Awarding Body: University of London

Lead College: LSE. Part of the suite of programmes referred to as Economics, Management, Finance and the Social Sciences, or ‘EMFSS’.

Programme and Course Levels

The programme and all the courses available are placed at FHEQ Level 4. Courses at this level in the EMFSS suite of programmes are referred to as ‘100 level courses.