First- or upper second-class degree or equivalent in economics, finance or a related subject
Months of entry
This ESRC recognised research training programme will provide you with rigorous knowledge and understanding of the concepts, tools and methods of modern economics and their application to the analysis of economic problems. We will give you the training necessary for a career as an economist in the public or private sector or to undertake independent research.
Compulsory modules: Macroeconomics; Microeconomics; Quantitative Economics; Quantitative Methods or Econometrics 1; Topics in Economic Theory; Topics in Macroeconomics
Optional modules: Economic Policy in Development; Finance; Experimental Economics; Industrial Economics; International Macroeconomics and Finance; International Trade; Labour Economics; Topics in Econometrics
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- Social Sciences
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