If you choose to study this course, here are some of the things you can expect from the course and how it will benefit you.
- A focus on applied economic issues in the context of economic policy.
- Students receive a solid core background in macroeconomic analysis and policy, economic history and the history of economic thought.
- All lectures are supplemented by seminars, giving an opportunity for regular feedback and discussion.
- The Department of Economics is actively engaged in research and publication on topics linked to economic policy, with regular staff/student seminars and workshops.
- Careful guidance and supervision is given on each student's research dissertation concerned with an aspect of economic policy.
- The MA is good preparation for work with a range of public and private institutions concerned with issues surrounding globalisation and development, such as international agencies and NGOs.
- You will be supported throughout the degree by our Personal Tutor Scheme.
- You will have the opportunity to learn another language, completely free of charge, alongside your degree. Languages offered include French, Spanish, Mandarin, Arabic and German.