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
The Masters in Economics MSc course at City is designed for postgraduate students wanting to follow a pure Economics Masters degree, rather than a specialised course. You can choose modules from fields including health economics, financial economics, economic regulation and competition, and development economics, as you build your own 'tailor-made' degree. The postgraduate Economics course also serves as a stepping stone to an Economics PhD.
You will be taught by a highly-research active team of academic staff, with many staff appearing at conferences or writing articles in their areas of expertise. The Economics Masters course director Professor Neelam Jain has researched and taught at North American universities including the University of Minnesota, Northern Illinois University and the University of Virginia.
Fees and funding
Full-time EU: £10,000, Part-time EU: £5,000 per year, Full-time Non EU: £14,000, Part-time Non EU: £7,000 per year
Scholarships: Scholarship opportunities will be available for UK/EU and international students looking to study the postgraduate Economics courses in the School of Arts & Social Sciences starting in September 2015. Further details will be published here shortly, Graduate Loyalty Discount: The School of Arts & Social Sciences offer a 10% discount on tuition fees for all City graduates.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Gail Treves-Brown
- +44(0)20 7040 8908