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BSc International Economics & Finance

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  • Objectives
    This powerful combination of international economics and finance will provide you with a range of challenging and financially rewarding career options. The course equips you with a detailed knowledge of financial and economic theory and methods that you can apply on an international basis. You are encouraged to use economic reasoning in different contexts and gain a critical appreciation of the international financial system. There is a wide range of optional modules to choose from, and the course develops your employability skills. The School has a strong research base, and a thriving alumni community helps maintain links with employers and City institutions.
  • Entry requirements
    the current requirement is 200 UCAS points from two or more A-Levels or equivalent. You should also have at least GCSE grade C, or equivalent, in English Language and Mathematics
  • Academic Title
    BSc International Economics & Finance
  • Course description
    Course structure

    Single Honours students take eight modules at each of three levels.

    Level 1

        * Introduction to Microeconomics
        * Introduction to Macroeconomics
        * Quantitative and Academic Skills
        * International Economic Growth
        * Financial Markets and Institutions
        * Mathematics for Economists

    Level 2

        * Macroeconomics
        * Microeconomics
        * Economics of Financial Markets
        * Empirical Methods of Economics
        * Economics of Employment
        * Introduction to Econometrics

    Level 3

        * International Trade and Finance
        * Financial Economics
        * Multinational Enterprise
        * Econometrics
        * Financial Instruments

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