The MSc Economics is taught over three terms, with breaks at Christmas and Easter.
The programme is made up of a total of 180 credits: 60 of these come from four core modules in the first term and a further 60 from four optional modules that you select in the second term. The remaining 60 credits come from the summer term dissertation, the largest single element of the programme.
Term 1: October to December
You take the following core modules:
Term 2: January to March
You take four out of at least six optional modules:
- International Banking and Risk Management
- Behavioural Finance
- Public Economics and Political Economy
- Labour Economics
- Financial Economics
- Industrial Organisation