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BA/BSc Economics and International Economics

The University of Nottingham - Faculty of Social Sciences
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 United Kingdom Nottingham

Covering international trade and financial economics, this course offers students the opportunity to graduate with either a BA or a BSc qualification according to their module choice. [+]

Bachelors in Economics in England in United Kingdom. BA/BSc Economics and International Economics This course is particularly well-suited to those who wish to study international trade and international aspects of financial economics. It will provide you with core training in economics, combined with a special focus on a range of aspects of international economics, including international trade, development and monetary economics, in which the school has a worldwide reputation. Modules in international economics form a significant element of this course, but there is also ample opportunity to take modules offered by other schools in the University. As with the BA/BSc Economics degree, there are two quantitative pathways through the degree: econometrics or quantitative economics. This course is available as either a BA/BSc; the choice is yours and is determined by the modules you select in years two and three. As a graduate, you will have a thorough knowledge of economic theory and how it is applied to the real world, particularly in relation to international trade, monetary economics and globalisation. You will also be familiar with the key analytical techniques that economists use in practice. Year one In your first year, you will study the core of our BA/BSc Economics course with additional modules in the economics of integration, focusing on the key principles and the largest customs union in the world: the EU. If you have A level maths, you may choose either econometrics or quantitative economics and will take a year-long module in Writing Economics to ensure that your transition from school or college to university is smooth. Year two This year will help develop your knowledge of the theoretical framework for international trade and money, including topics such as globalisation, off‑shoring, monetary policy and the business cycle. There is a choice of quantitative pathways and those who wish to emphasise the international dimension of their degree can apply to spend a semester of their second year studying abroad. Year three Modules in international economics typically occupy half of your final year. Pitched at an advanced level, they cover a range of theoretical and applied topics in monetary economics, international trade and macroeconomics. Under the guidance of your academic tutor, you will also undertake a year-long dissertation on a topic of your choice. Optional modules reflect the research specialisms of academic staff and make up around one-third of the final year. You can choose from those offered by the School of Economics or elsewhere in the University. Entry requirements A levels: A*AA-AAA not including general studies (A*ABB for those taking four full A levels and completing them in the same year) GCSEs: An A in GCSE maths is the absolute minimum requirement for all economics courses unless you are taking AS or A level maths English language requirements If you have not studied using the medium of English for your entire secondary education or do not have GCSE English or equivalent at grade B or above you will be asked to achieve the following IELTS score: IELTS: 7.0 including 7.0 in reading and writing, and no less than 6.0 in speaking or listening Students who require extra support to meet the English language requirements for their academic course can attend a presessional course at the Centre for English Language Education (CELE) to prepare for their future studies. Students who pass at the required level can progress directly to their academic programme without needing to retake IELTS. Please visit the CELE webpages for more information. International applicants Alternative entry requirements for those with international fees status are as follows: International Baccalaureate: 36 including bonus points ISC/CBSE: 90% in year 12 Foundation programmes: 70% Alternative qualifications View the alternative qualifications page for details. Flexible admissions policy In recognition of our applicants’ varied experience and educational pathways, The University of Nottingham employs a flexible admissions policy. We may make some applicants an offer lower than advertised, depending on their personal and educational circumstances. Please see the University’s admissions policies and procedures for more information. Notes for applicants We are looking for students who have the ability and motivation to benefit from our courses, and who will make a valued contribution to the department and the University. Candidates for full-time admission are considered on the basis of their Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) form. When considering your application, we will look for evidence that you will be able to fulfil the objectives of the programme of study and achieve the standards required. We will take into account a range of factors additional to, and in some cases instead of, formal examination results. Selection of those applicants to whom we will make an offer will be based upon a combination of the candidate's academic record and an assessment of all the information provided in their UCAS application form, their academic reference and their personal statement. Modules Typical year one modules Core modules Careers and Employability for Economists Economic Integration I Economic Integration II Introduction to Macroeconomics Introduction to Microeconomics Writing Economics Either: Introductory Econometrics Mathematical Economics or: Quantitative Economics I Quantitative Economics II At least one of: Current Economic Issues Economic Perspectives Growth and Development in Long-Run Historical Perspective Plus 20 credits to use either on further economics modules or modules from any other school (most optional modules are 10 credits each). Optional modules Current Economic Issues II Economic Perspectives Growth and Development in Long-Run Historical Perspective Typical year two modules Core modules International Trade Macroeconomic Theory Microeconomic Theory Monetary Economics Either: Econometrics I Econometrics II or: Quantitative Economics III Quantitative Economics IV Plus 10 credits of approved economics modules and 20 credits to use either on further economics modules or modules from other schools. Optional modules Development Economics Environmental and Resource Economics Experimental and Behavioural Economics Financial Economics Industrial Economics Introduction to Political Economy Labour Economics Public Sector Economics Typical year three modules Core modules Advanced International Trade Theory Advanced Monetary Economics Dissertation International Money and Macroeconomics International Trade Policy Plus 30 credits mostly from a list of economics modules. Optional modules Advanced Development Economics Advanced Econometric Theory Advanced Environmental and Resource Economics Advanced Experimental and Behavioural Economics Advanced Financial Economics Advanced Labour Economics Advanced Macroeconomics Advanced Mathematical Economics Advanced Microeconomics Advanced Public Economics I Advanced Time Series Econometrics Health Economics Industrial Organisation Numerical Methods Political Economy Topics in Econometrics The modules we offer are inspired by the research interests of our staff and as a result may change for reasons of, for example, research developments or legislation changes. The above list is a sample of typical modules we offer, not a definitive list. Study abroad The University of Nottingham has one of the biggest and most diverse study abroad programmes in the UK, and those who have studied abroad often say that it was the highlight of their time as a student. On this course, you can apply to spend part of your second year at the University's campuses in China or Malaysia or take a semester at one of our international partner universities in locations such as Australia, Canada and Japan. You'll get the opportunity to broaden your horizons and enhance your employability by experiencing another culture and will study similar modules to your counterparts back in Nottingham (teaching is in English). Careers The growth of economic awareness has increased the demand for economics graduates and a degree from Nottingham really will give you a head start in your career. At Nottingham you will acquire a strong academic foundation and a range of excellent economic and transferable skills, such as the ability to study independently and communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. You will also have the capacity to grasp complicated economic concepts, whether they are mathematical or philosophical in nature. Our graduates opt for a wide variety of careers, including investment banking, accountancy, tax consultancy, working in government offices, auditing, derivatives trading, management consultancy, mergers and acquisitions, and many more. We recognise that graduates often need more than just a great degree to make their CV stand out from the crowd so we also work with students to help them obtain internships and work experience with top employers. Average starting salary and career progression In 2015, 93% of first-degree graduates in the School of Economics who were available for employment had secured work or further study within six months of graduation. The average starting salary was £29,505 with the highest being £65,000.* *Known destinations of full-time home first degree undergraduates 2014/15. Salaries are calculated based on those in full-time paid employment within the UK. Careers support and advice Studying for a degree at The University of Nottingham will provide you with the type of skills and experiences that will prove invaluable in any career, whichever direction you decide to take. Throughout your time with us, our Careers and Employability Service can work with you to improve your employability skills even further; assisting with job or course applications, searching for appropriate work experience placements and hosting events to bring you closer to a wide range of prospective employers. Have a look at our Careers page for an overview of all the employability support and opportunities that we provide to current students. [-]

MSc International Finance and Economic Development

University of Kent, School of Economics
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury + 1 more

This degree prepares you for work as a professional economist in the public and private sectors, or for a career in academia. [+]

Our International Finance and Economic Development MSc prepares you for work as a professional economist in the various public and private institutions concerned with international finance and development throughout the world, or for a career in research or teaching in the field of international finance. The programme is designed to provide an education in international finance, economic development, advanced economic theory and research methods, while still allowing students to specialise by taking an option that reflects the School’s main areas of research expertise. All of our MSc degrees equip you with a range of quantitative and analytical skills, and the ability to communicate complex economic concepts in a clear and concise style. Our programmes not only offer a stimulating education in economic theory, but also develop your ability to apply economic knowledge, analytical tools and skills to a range of national and international problems in the areas of finance, development, agriculture and the environment. About the School of Economics The School of Economics is dedicated to excellence in both teaching and research, demonstrated by results in the REF 2014 and recent student surveys. All academic staff are research active, and teaching and learning are informed by the School's thriving research culture and strong cosmopolitan academic community. Our taught programmes offer a combination of training in core economics with the opportunity to specialise in areas such as finance, econometrics, development, agriculture or the environment. Independent rankings In the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014, research by the School of Economics was ranked 21st in the UK for research intensity and 84% of our research was judged to be of international quality. The School’s environment was judged to be conducive to supporting the development of research of international excellence. Fees The 2017/18 tuition fees for this programme are: Full-time: £6500 UK/EU; £14670 Overseas Part-time: £3250 UK/EU; £7340 Overseas Exceptions may apply. Key facts Schools: School of Economics Subject areas: Economics Award: MSc Location: Canterbury Mode of study: Full-time or part-time Duration: 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time Start: 18 September 2017 Accredited by: University of Kent Total Kent credits: 180 Total ECTS credits: 90 [-]

MSc Finance and Econometrics

University of Kent, School of Economics
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury + 1 more

This programme provides an education in advanced finance theory and econometric methods. [+]

Bachelors in Economics in England in United Kingdom. Our Finance and Econometrics MSc programme is designed to provide an education in advanced finance theory and econometric methods. Students develop a deeper understanding of econometric and financial theories, quantitative and research methods, and policy applications. All of our MSc degrees equip you with a range of quantitative and analytical skills, and the ability to communicate complex economic concepts in a clear and concise style. Our programmes not only offer a stimulating education in economic theory, but also develop your ability to apply economic knowledge, analytical tools and skills to a range of national and international problems in the areas of finance, development, agriculture and the environment. About the School of Economics The School of Economics is dedicated to excellence in both teaching and research, demonstrated by results in the REF 2014 and recent student surveys. All academic staff are research active, and teaching and learning are informed by the School's thriving research culture and strong cosmopolitan academic community. Our taught programmes offer a combination of training in core economics with the opportunity to specialise in areas such as finance, econometrics, development, agriculture or the environment. Independent rankings In the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014, research by the School of Economics was ranked 21st in the UK for research intensity and 84% of our research was judged to be of international quality. The School’s environment was judged to be conducive to supporting the development of research of international excellence. Fees The 2017/18 tuition fees for this programme are: Full-time: £6500 UK/EU; £14670 Overseas Part-time: £3250 UK/EU; £7340 Overseas Exceptions may apply. Key facts Schools: School of Economics Subject areas: Economics Award: MSc Location: Canterbury Mode of study: Full-time or part-time Duration: 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time Start: 18 September 2017 Accredited by: University of Kent Total Kent credits: 180 Total ECTS credits: 90 [-]

MSc Economics and Econometrics

University of Kent, School of Economics
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury + 1 more

A thorough training in advanced economics and econometrics. [+]

The Economics and Econometrics MSc programme offers a thorough training in advanced economic and econometric theory and quantitative methods, while allowing students to specialise or take options in a range of subjects reflecting the School’s main areas of research expertise. Building on a sound general training in econometric methods, the project-oriented compulsory modules in time series econometrics and applied microeconometrics introduce you to the theory and practice of econometric modelling. The programme is one of the few courses in the UK to offer specialist training in advanced econometric methods and their application. Economists with quantitative skills and experience in empirical research are in high demand in both the private and public sector. All of our MSc degrees equip you with a range of quantitative and analytical skills, and the ability to communicate complex economic concepts in a clear and concise style. Our programmes not only offer a stimulating education in economic theory, but also develop your ability to apply economic knowledge, analytical tools and skills to a range of national and international problems in the areas of finance, development, agriculture and the environment. About the School of Economics The School of Economics is dedicated to excellence in both teaching and research, demonstrated by results in the REF 2014 and recent student surveys. All academic staff are research active, and teaching and learning are informed by the School's thriving research culture and strong cosmopolitan academic community. Our taught programmes offer a combination of training in core economics with the opportunity to specialise in areas such as finance, econometrics, development, agriculture or the environment. Independent rankings In the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014, research by the School of Economics was ranked 21st in the UK for research intensity and 84% of our research was judged to be of international quality. The School’s environment was judged to be conducive to supporting the development of research of international excellence. Fees The 2017/18 tuition fees for this programme are: Full-time: £6500 UK/EU; £14670 Overseas Part-time: £3250 UK/EU; £7340 Overseas Exceptions may apply. Key facts Schools: School of Economics Subject areas: Economics Award: MSc Location: Canterbury Mode of study: Full-time or part-time Duration: 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time Start: 18 September 2017 Accredited by: University of Kent Total Kent credits: 180 Total ECTS credits: 90 [-]

BSc European Economics (Spanish)

University of Kent, School of Economics
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury

On our European Economics (Spanish) programme you have the opportunity to study for a year at a partner university in Spain. [+]

Bachelors in Economics in England in United Kingdom. Economics examines some of the profound issues in our life and times: economic growth and sustainable development, unemployment, inflation, poverty, emerging market economies, financial and monetary crises, environmental and natural resource problems, international trade and aid to poor countries, currencies and the balance of payments, the impact of minimum wages and the problems of global economic change are just some of the areas covered. On our European Economics (Spanish) programme you have the opportunity to study for a year at a partner university in Spain. The first year of this programme introduces you to the way in which economists think about different issues and develops the kinds of tools that economists use for analysing real economic problems. In your second and final years, you take compulsory modules in macroeconomics, microeconomics and quantitatitve economics, together with a number of specialised modules from the wide variety offered by the School. Independent rankings Economics at Kent was ranked 8th in The Guardian University Guide 2017. In the National Student Survey 2016, 92% of Economics students were satisfied with the overall quality of their course. For graduate prospects, Economics at Kent was ranked 2nd in The Guardian University Guide. Of Economics students who graduated from Kent in 2015, 92% were in work or further study within six months (DLHE). Fees The 2017/18 tuition fees for this programme are: Full-time: £9250 UK/EU; £13810 Overseas Exceptions may apply. Key facts Schools: School of Economics Subject areas: Economics Award: BSc (Hons) Honours type: European honours UCAS code: L177 Location: Canterbury Mode of study: Full-time Duration: 4 years full-time Start: 18 September 2017 Accredited by: University of Kent Total Kent credits: 360 Total ECTS credits: 180 [-]

BSc European Economics (French)

University of Kent, School of Economics
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury

On our European Economics (French) programme, you have the opportunity to study for a year at a partner university in France. [+]

Economics examines some of the profound issues in our life and times: economic growth and sustainable development, unemployment, inflation, poverty, emerging market economies, financial and monetary crises, environmental and natural resource problems, international trade and aid to poor countries, currencies and the balance of payments, the impact of minimum wages and the problems of global economic change are just some of the areas covered. On our European Economics (French) programme, you have the opportunity to study for a year at a partner university in France. The first year of this programme introduces you to the ways in which economists think about different issues and the kinds of tools that economists use for analysing real economic problems. In your second and final years, you take compulsory modules in macroeconomics, microeconomics and quantitatitve economics, together with a number of specialised modules from the wide variety offered by the School. Independent rankings Economics at Kent was ranked 8th in The Guardian University Guide 2017. In the National Student Survey 2016, 92% of Economics students were satisfied with the overall quality of their course. For graduate prospects, Economics at Kent was ranked 2nd in The Guardian University Guide. Of Economics students who graduated from Kent in 2015, 92% were in work or further study within six months (DLHE). Fees The 2017/18 tuition fees for this programme are: Full-time: £9250 UK/EU; £13810 Overseas Exceptions may apply. Key facts Schools: School of Economics Subject areas: Economics Award: BSc (Hons) Honours type: European honours UCAS code: L176 Location: Canterbury Mode of study: Full-time Duration: 4 years full-time Start: 18 September 2017 Accredited by: University of Kent Total Kent credits: 360 Total ECTS credits: 180 [-]

BSc European Economics (German)

University of Kent, School of Economics
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury

On our European Economics (German) programme, you have the opportunity to study for a year at a partner university in Germany. [+]

Bachelors in Economics in England in United Kingdom. Economics examines some of the profound issues in our life and times: economic growth and sustainable development, unemployment, inflation, poverty, emerging market economies, financial and monetary crises, environmental and natural resource problems, international trade and aid to poor countries, currencies and the balance of payments, the impact of minimum wages and the problems of global economic change are just some of the areas covered. On our European Economics (German) programme, you have the opportunity to study for a year at a partner university in Germany. The first year of this programme introduces you to the ways in which economists think about different issues and the kinds of tools that economists use for analysing real economic problems. In your second and final years, you take compulsory modules in macroeconomics, microeconomics and quantitatitve economics, together with a number of specialised modules from the wide variety offered by the School. Independent rankings Economics at Kent was ranked 8th in The Guardian University Guide 2017. In the National Student Survey 2016, 92% of Economics students were satisfied with the overall quality of their course. For graduate prospects, Economics at Kent was ranked 2nd in The Guardian University Guide. Of Economics students who graduated from Kent in 2015, 92% were in work or further study within six months (DLHE). Fees The 2017/18 tuition fees for this programme are: Full-time: £9250 UK/EU; £13810 Overseas Exceptions may apply. Key facts Schools: School of Economics Subject areas: Economics Award: BSc (Hons) Honours type: European honours UCAS code: L174 Location: Canterbury Mode of study: Full-time Duration: 4 years full-time Start: 18 September 2017 Accredited by: University of Kent Total Kent credits: 360 Total ECTS credits: 180 [-]

BSc European Economics

University of Kent, School of Economics
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury

Our four-year European Economics degree follows the Economics single honours programme with an opportunity to study in France, Germany, Greece or Spain. [+]

Economics examines some of the profound issues in our life and times: economic growth and sustainable development, unemployment, inflation, poverty, emerging market economies, financial and monetary crises, environmental and natural resource problems, international trade and aid to poor countries, currencies and the balance of payments, the impact of minimum wages and the problems of global economic change are just some of the areas covered. The European Economics degree follows the Economics single honours programme with an opportunity to study in France, Germany, Greece or Spain. The first year of this programme introduces you to the way in which economists think about different issues and develops the kinds of tools that economists use for analysing real economic problems. In your second and final years, you take compulsory modules in macroeconomics, microeconomics and quantitatitve economics, together with a number of specialised modules from the wide variety offered by the School. Independent rankings Economics at Kent was ranked 8th in The Guardian University Guide 2017. In the National Student Survey 2016, 92% of Economics students were satisfied with the overall quality of their course. For graduate prospects, Economics at Kent was ranked 2nd in The Guardian University Guide. Of Economics students who graduated from Kent in 2015, 92% were in work or further study within six months (DLHE). Fees The 2017/18 tuition fees for this programme are: Full-time: £9250 UK/EU; £13810 Overseas Exceptions may apply. Key facts Schools: School of Economics Subject areas: Economics Award: BSc (Hons) Honours type: European honours UCAS code: L171 Location: Canterbury Mode of study: Full-time Duration: 4 years full-time Start: 18 September 2017 Accredited by: University of Kent Total Kent credits: 360 Total ECTS credits: 180 [-]

BSc Economics with Spanish

University of Kent, School of Economics
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury

This degree programme combines elements of the single honours programme in Economics with the opportunity to study Spanish [+]

Bachelors in Economics in England in United Kingdom. The Economics with Spanish BSc (Hons) degree combines elements of the single honours programme in Economics with the opportunity to study Spanish. Each year you take modules worth 120 credits, 30 of which are from Kent's Centre for English and World Languages. Economics examines some of the profound issues in our life and times, including economic growth and sustainable development, emerging market economies, financial and monetary crises, environmental and natural resource problems, international trade and aid to poor countries. When you study at Kent, you have the chance to learn about these issues from economists who are highly regarded within the profession for emphasising the practical application of economics in all of these arenas. The first year of this programme introduces you to the way in which economists think about different issues and develops the kinds of tools that economists use for analysing real economic problems. You also study Spanish at the level appropriate for you. In your second and final years, you take compulsory modules in macroeconomics, microeconomics, quantitatitve economics and Spanish, together with specialised modules from the wide variety offered by the School. Independent rankings Economics at Kent was ranked 8th in The Guardian University Guide 2017. In the National Student Survey 2016, 92% of Economics students were satisfied with the overall quality of their course. For graduate prospects, Economics at Kent was ranked 2nd in The Guardian University Guide. Of Economics students who graduated from Kent in 2015, 92% were in work or further study within six months (DLHE). Fees The 2017/18 tuition fees for this programme are: Full-time: £9250 UK/EU; £13810 Overseas Part-time: £4625 UK/EU; £6920 Overseas Exceptions may apply. Key facts Schools: School of Economics Subject areas: Economics Award: BSc (Hons) Honours type: Single honours UCAS code: L1R4 Location: Canterbury Mode of study: Full-time or part-time Duration: 3 years full-time Start: 18 September 2017 Accredited by: University of Kent Total Kent credits: 360 Total ECTS credits: 180 [-]

BSc Economics with Computing

University of Kent, School of Economics
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury

This degree programme combines elements of the single honours programme in Economics with the opportunity to study some Computing [+]

Our Economics with Computing degree combines elements of the Economics single honours programme with the opportunity to study computing. Each year you take modules worth 120 credits, 30 of which are from Kent's School of Computing. Economics examines some of the profound issues in our life and times: economic growth and sustainable development, unemployment, inflation, poverty, emerging market economies, financial and monetary crises, environmental and natural resource problems, international trade and aid to poor countries, currencies and the balance of payments, the impact of minimum wages and the problems of global economic change are just some of the areas covered. The first year of this programme introduces you to the way in which economists think about different issues and develops the kinds of tools that economists use for analysing real economic problems. You also study a number of modules on programming with the School of Computing. In your second and final years, you take compulsory modules in macroeconomics, microeconomics and quantitatitve economics, together with a number of specialised modules from the wide variety offered by the schools of Economics and Computing. Independent rankings Economics at Kent was ranked 8th in The Guardian University Guide 2017. In the National Student Survey 2016, 92% of Economics students were satisfied with the overall quality of their course. For graduate prospects, Economics at Kent was ranked 2nd in The Guardian University Guide. Of Economics students who graduated from Kent in 2015, 92% were in work or further study within six months (DLHE). Fees The 2017/18 tuition fees for this programme are: Full-time: £9250 UK/EU; £13810 Overseas Exceptions may apply. Key facts Schools: School of Economics Subject areas: Economics Award: BSc (Hons) Honours type: Single honours UCAS code: L1G4 Location: Canterbury Mode of study: Full-time Duration: 3 years full-time Start: 18 September 2017 Accredited by: University of Kent Total Kent credits: 360 Total ECTS credits: 180 [-]

BSc Financial Economics with Econometrics

University of Kent, School of Economics
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury

This degree builds upon the Financial Economics programme and includes mathematical and statistical models for forecasting and prediction. [+]

Bachelors in Economics in England in United Kingdom. The Financial Economics with Econometrics degree introduces you to the tools that economists have developed in financial and money markets. This work has been enormously influential in contributing to the development of financial instruments used by households, firms and governments in their respective decisions to save or borrow. A particular feature of this programme is that it emphasises real-world examples. The programme also has modules that examine the way in which economists construct and use mathematical and statistical models for forecasting and prediction, to help policymakers reach decisions concerning a range of economic problems. The School has particular strengths in the econometric analysis of microeconomic, macroeconomic and financial datasets. The first year of this programme introduces you to the way in which economists think about different issues and develops the kinds of tools that economists use for analysing real economic problems. In your second and final years, you take compulsory modules in macroeconomics, microeconomics, quantitatitve economics, the economics of money and banking, the economics of finance, and econometrics, together with specialised modules from the wide variety offered by the School. Independent rankings Economics at Kent was ranked 8th in The Guardian University Guide 2017. In the National Student Survey 2016, 92% of Economics students were satisfied with the overall quality of their course. For graduate prospects, Economics at Kent was ranked 2nd in The Guardian University Guide 2017. Of Economics students who graduated from Kent in 2015, 92% were in work or further study within six months (DLHE). Fees The 2017/18 tuition fees for this programme are: Full-time: £9250 UK/EU; £13810 Overseas Exceptions may apply. Key facts Schools: School of Economics Subject areas: Economics Award: BSc (Hons) Honours type: Single honours UCAS code: L142 Location: Canterbury Mode of study: Full-time Duration: 3 years full-time Start: 18 September 2017 Accredited by: University of Kent Total Kent credits: 360 Total ECTS credits: 180 [-]

BSc Economics with Econometrics

University of Kent, School of Economics
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury

This degree sexamine the way in which economists build and use mathematical and statistical models for forecasting and prediction [+]

Our Economics with Econometrics degree builds on the single honours Economics programme with additional modules that examine the way in which economists construct and use mathematical and statistical models for forecasting and prediction, to help policymakers reach decisions concerning a range of economic problems. The School has particular strengths in the econometric analysis of microeconomic, macroeconomic and financial datasets. The first year of this programme introduces you to the way in which economists think about different issues and develops the kinds of tools that economists use for analysing real economic problems. In your second and final years, you take compulsory modules in macroeconomics, microeconomics, quantitatitve economics, the economics of finance, and econometrics together with a number of specialised modules from the wide variety offered by the School. Independent rankings Economics at Kent was ranked 8th in The Guardian University Guide 2017. In the National Student Survey 2016, 92% of Economics students were satisfied with the overall quality of their course. For graduate prospects, Economics at Kent was ranked 2nd in The Guardian University Guide. Of Economics students who graduated from Kent in 2015, 92% were in work or further study within six months (DLHE). Fees The 2017/18 tuition fees for this programme are: Full-time: £9250 UK/EU; £13810 Overseas Exceptions may apply. Key facts Schools: School of Economics Subject areas: Economics Award: BSc (Hons) Honours type: Single honours UCAS code: L141 Location: Canterbury Mode of study: Full-time Duration: 3 years full-time Start: 18 September 2017 Accredited by: University of Kent Total Kent credits: 360 Total ECTS credits: 180 [-]

BSc Financial Economics

University of Kent, School of Economics
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury

Our Financial Economics degree introduces you to the tools that economists have developed in financial and money markets. [+]

Bachelors in Economics in England in United Kingdom. Our Financial Economics degree introduces you to the tools that economists have developed in financial and money markets. This work has been enormously influential in contributing to the development of financial instruments used by households, firms and governments in their respective decisions to save or borrow. A particular feature of the course is that it emphasises real-world examples. The first year of this programme introduces you to the way in which economists think about different issues and develops the kinds of tools that economists use for analysing real economic problems. In your second and final years, you take compulsory modules in macroeconomics, microeconomics, quantitatitve economics, the economics of money and banking, and the economics of finance, together with a number of specialised modules from the wide variety offered by the School. Independent rankings Economics at Kent was ranked 8th in The Guardian University Guide 2017. In the National Student Survey 2016, 92% of Economics students were satisfied with the overall quality of their course. For graduate prospects, Economics at Kent was ranked 2nd in The Guardian University Guide. Of Economics students who graduated from Kent in 2015, 92% were in work or further study within six months (DLHE). Fees The 2017/18 tuition fees for this programme are: Full-time: £9250 UK/EU; £13810 Overseas Exceptions may apply. Key facts Schools: School of Economics Subject areas: Economics Award: BSc (Hons) Honours type: Single honours UCAS code: L111 Location: Canterbury Mode of study: Full-time Duration: 3 years full-time Start: 18 September 2017 Accredited by: University of Kent Total Kent credits: 360 Total ECTS credits: 180 [-]

BSc Economics

University of Kent, School of Economics
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 6 years September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury + 1 more

Develops the kinds of 'tools' that economists use for analysing real economic problems. [+]

Economics examines some of the profound issues in our life and times: economic growth and sustainable development, unemployment, inflation, poverty, emerging market economies, financial and monetary crises, environmental and natural resource problems, international trade and aid to poor countries, currencies and the balance of payments, the impact of minimum wages and the problems of global economic change are just some of the areas covered. Course structure The first year of this programme introduces you to the way in which economists think about different issues and develops the kinds of tools that economists use for analysing real economic problems. In your second and final years, you take compulsory modules in macroeconomics, microeconomics and econometrics, together with a number of specialised modules from the wide variety offered by the School. For further information on studying Economics at Kent, see our website. Independent rankings Economics at Kent was ranked 2nd in the UK for graduate prospects and 8th overall in The Guardian University Guide 2017. In the National Student Survey 2016, 92% of Economics students were satisfied with the overall quality of their course. Fees The 2017/18 tuition fees for this programme are: Full-time: £9250 UK/EU; £13810 Overseas Part-time: £4625 UK/EU; £6920 Overseas Exceptions may apply. Key facts Schools: School of Economics Subject areas: Economics Award: BSc (Hons) Honours type: Single honours UCAS code: L100 Location: Canterbury Mode of study: Full-time or part-time Duration: 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time Start: 18 September 2017 Accredited by: University of Kent Total Kent credits: 360 Total ECTS credits: 180 [-]

BA Law and Economics Hons

University of Kent, Kent Law School
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 6 years September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury + 1 more

Law and Economics offers you the opportunity to study two areas of great significance in contemporary society in a three-year programme which combines the foundations of law alongside compulsory and optional modules in Economics (taught by [+]

Bachelors in Economics in England in United Kingdom. Law and Economics offers you the opportunity to study two areas of great significance in contemporary society in a three-year programme which combines the foundations of law alongside compulsory and optional modules in Economics (taught by our highly ranked and regarded School of Economics). As a student on this programme you develop an understanding of the law, taught from a critical perspective which allows you to engage in informed debate about legal issues, and an understanding of economic principles relevant both to global developments and everyday life. Kent Law School is recognised as one of the leading law schools in the UK. It has an international reputation both for its world-leading research and for the high quality, innovative, critical and socio-legal education that it provides. Independent rankings In the National Student Survey 2013 96% of Kent Law students were satisfied with the overall quality of their course. Kent Law School is ranked 10th nationally in The Times Good University Guide 2014. Economics at Kent has received consistently high scores in the National Student Survey having been ranked in the top 5 in all of the last 5 years. [-]