Depending on the modules taken and the grades obtained, completion of these degree programmes at the Bayes Business School (formerly CASS Business School) can lead to a recommendation for exemption from some or all of the exams shown.
|For those enrolled from the September 2019 intake||Exam Exemptions|
|BSc in Actuarial Science||CS1, CS2, CM1, CM2, CB1, CB2|
|MSc in Actuarial Science||CS1, CS2, CM1, CM2, CB1, CB2|
|MSc in Actuarial Management||CS2, CM2, CB1
CP1, CP2, CP3
SP1, SP2, SP4, SP5, SP6, SP7, SP8
|For those enrolled before the September 2019 intake||Exam Exemptions|
|BSc in Actuarial Science||CT1, CT2, CT3, CT4, CT5, CT6, CT7, CT8|
|MSc in Actuarial Science||CT1, CT2, CT3, CT4, CT5, CT6, CT7, CT8|
|MSc in Actuarial Management||CT2, CT4, CT5, CT6, CT8
CA1, CP2, CA3
ST1, ST2, ST4, ST5, ST6, ST7, ST8
Exemptions for previous subjects will be mapped to the corresponding subjects in the current curriculum when students apply.
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