Applicants to the MSc in Economics will normally need to have:
- a good honours degree or equivalent qualification from a recognised university
- demonstrable English language competence where their first language is not English (see below for further details)
Applicants will need to hold a good honours degree, equivalent to a UK 2:1 (a GPA of at least 3.2 on a 4-point scale) or equivalent qualification from a recognised university.
Applicants who have studied in China should have been, or will be awarded, a Bachelor's degree with a final overall mark of at least 80%-85%.
The degree must either be in Economics or in a related subject with at least 50% of modules in economics.*
You can find out more about the international qualifications we accept on the main University website.
In some cases, overseas applicants are required to take the GMAT. However, if this applies you will be advised of this by the admissions team when they receive your full application
Offers of places
Applicants who are judged to have already fulfilled all requirements for entry to the course will be given an unconditional offer. Otherwise, applicants may be given an offer that is conditional upon our receipt of further evidence. If you receive an offer, you will be required to pay a deposit in order to secure your place on the course. If you fail to meet the conditions of your offer, this deposit will be refunded, provided that you have made a reasonable attempt to meet any conditions and provide documentary evidence of this.