A good undergraduate degree is required (normally a 2.2 or above or its international equivalent). It is not necessary to have a first degree in Economics, Business Economics or Financial Economics. However, through the application process you must demonstrate prior study at Bachelors level of either: Economics or a quantitative subject (e.g. Mathematics, Statistics, Accountancy, Finance). As many of the concepts and analyses on this course involve mathematical techniques you are expected to have a working knowledge of calculus and should know the basics of vectors and matrices, probability and statistics.
Months of entry
This course is ideal if you aspire to a career in economics, business or finance. It will also help prepare you for careers in management, arts and the public sector, Government, the media, charities and NGOs or any other sector which requires advanced economic analysis skills. Throughout your course, we aspire to help you develop your knowledge and understanding of core economic theories and principles and apply these to policy making and resource allocation scenarios. You'll have the opportunity to develop your analytical skills through the study of econometrics and deepen your understanding of the global economy.
Employment prospects for prospective students remain strong in the areas of economics, management consultancy, multinational organisations and government agencies. Nine of the top ten occupations held by economics graduates employed in the UK are business, finance or HR professions, Recent graduates from similar courses at the University, have gone on to work for leading FTSE-100 companies, Government, the media, industry and manufacturing.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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