You should have a first or upper second class honours degree in economics or a first or upper second class degree in a quantitative discipline with either some economics component or supplemented by economics-related work experience. Knowledge of basic statistics, calculus and probability theory is required. An equivalent qualification from an overseas university will be considered.
Months of entry
Gain the thorough background in theoretical, applied and empirical economics that you need to prepare for a range of career options in industry, government and academia.
This course enables you to immerse yourself in rigorous modern economics training – either immediately after an undergraduate degree or as a mid-career professional. You can choose to study full time over the course of one year or part time over the course of two.
- Develop your critical and analytical abilities in economics
- Understand modern economic theory, at both a micro and a macro level
- Analyse the strengths and weaknesses of the relevant empirical and theoretical research methodology
- Develop your knowledge of econometric theory and techniques
- Critically interpret current research in fields such as behavioural and experimental economics, financial economics, health economics, macroeconomics, regulation and competition, and development
- Prepare academically for a career as a professional economist.
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Gail Treves-Brown
- +44(0)20 7040 8908