We offer a diverse range of taught postgraduate study opportunities. Our key principles are ‘core knowledge’ and ‘flexibility’ which ensure you gain the key skills that make an economics and economics-related degrees so sought after by employers. You can choose from a wide range of degrees tailored to meet your own aspirations.
These programmes are suitable for those who want to pursue a career as a professional economist in government, financial institutions, business, commerce, industry, international agencies and other similar organisations. They are also the perfect stepping stone for those wishing to continue on to a PhD.
“I decided to study MSc Industrial Economics at UEA because it's one of the leading universities in this field. I did my undergraduate degree in BSc Economics at UEA and had a great experience of both the university and studying in the School of Economics. I wanted to build on this experience and develop my skills and knowledge further.”
Chris Bollington, MSc Industrial Economics
These programmes are ideal if you don’t have an economics background, but want to gain new skills in your specialist area and in the wider context of economics.
Our courses will help your career development in the areas of finance, management, international business, international relations or the creative and cultural industries.
“Since UEA, I am employed as a global research analyst in a large securities organisation in my home country of China. UEA’s Master’s degree is very highly regarded by my organisation.”
Fan Wu, International Business Finance and Economics Graduate
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