Our Economics graduates are employable in a variety of careers. In our teaching we provide both the analytical rigour and academic knowledge required to tackle a wide range issues, but also use a number of different assessment methods to develop soft skills that are highly sought by employers. For example, you will practice communication skills, presentations, project work, team work, independent research and problem-based learning throughout your degree.
The wide variety of modules offered provides the opportunity to study a range of economic sub-disciplines. They focus on contemporary issues and are inspired by research to ensure that our teaching is at the forefront of modern economic thinking. This ensures that you have comprehensive knowledge of various sectors of the economy to help you along your chosen career path.