Focus on your interests
You'll study contemporary issues in economic theory, analysing real issues and acquiring transferable skills in critical thinking, analysis and communication.
As you discover and develop new interests during your course you can focus on what you're interested in through optional modules, specialisms and focused project work.
If you decide to take the placement option, you can also choose to add work experience in your chosen area of interest.
Paid work placements
You'll have the opportunity to spend a year in a paid placement allowing you to apply your learning building your work experience, life skills and contacts before you graduate.
Postgraduate placement students qualify for our two-year international study visa, and the new UK Graduate Route.
Past students have completed placements in leading companies including American Express, Bosch, Goldman Sachs and IBM.
Explore your subject
Get to grips with topics including applied numeracy and data handling, financial modelling and macroeconomics.
Your studies, combined with guest lectures, visiting traders, placements and real-time access to industry-standard systems such as Bloomberg, the information system used by financial market professionals, all help give you a taste of your future career.