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Economics

An economics degree is usually studied in two main categories: microeconomics and macroeconomics. Microeconomics looks at how individuals, which includes both people and businesses, use their money. Macroeconomics deals with the economy as a whole, studying topics on inflation, unemployment and other challenges for a country. Some modules include the global economy, econometrics and applied economics and statistics.

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6 courses are available in for Economics

Economics

Economics and International Relations BA Hons

Economics and International Relations BA Hons UCAS Code 6G01

Economics and International Relations BA Hons

  • 112 UCAS Points
  • Full-Time
  • 3 years course
  • On Campus
Full-Time
Economics and Geography BSc Hons

Economics and Geography BSc Hons UCAS Code 6LF5

Economics and Geography BSc Hons

  • 112 UCAS Points
  • Full-Time
  • 3 years course
  • On Campus
Full-Time
Economics and Politics BA Hons

Economics and Politics BA Hons UCAS Code 6LL2

Economics and Politics BA Hons

  • 112 UCAS Points
  • Full-Time
  • 3 years course
  • On Campus
Full-Time
Economics and Spanish BA Hons

Economics and Spanish BA Hons UCAS Code 6LR9

Economics and Spanish BA Hons

  • 112 UCAS Points
  • Full-Time
  • 4 years course
  • On Campus
Full-Time
Economics (including a Foundation Year) BSc Hons

Economics (including a Foundation Year) BSc Hons UCAS Code L101

Economics (including a Foundation Year) BSc Hons

  • 72 UCAS Points
  • Full-Time
  • 4 years course
  • On Campus
Full-Time
Economics BSc Hons

Economics BSc Hons UCAS Code L100

Economics BSc Hons

  • 112 UCAS Points
  • Full-Time
  • 3 years course
  • On Campus
Full-Time
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