An economics graduate from UNNC is highly sought after in the job market and is well-placed to progress to graduate study.
- 81.9% of our undergraduates enter Masters courses, mainly overseas.
- 84.1% of our undergraduates go to world top 100 universities, including Chicago, Oxford, LSE etc.
Our undergraduate programmes combine all of the core analytical and quantitative techniques required by modern economics graduates. By the time you graduate you will:
- be familiar with advanced maths and econometrics, and key techniques that economists use in practice;
- have essential skills in core disciplines of economics, such as microeconomics, macroeconomics and international trade;
- have a sophisticated understanding of all the major sub-disciplines of economics, from financial and monetary economics to development, public and labour economics.
Postgraduate taught programmes
What is Economics?
At Nottingham, economists analyse issues such as economic development, international trade and public policy, including health, labour markets, food and the environment, the macroeconomy and the European Union. The University also has research specialisms in economic theory and econometrics.
How will I study?
The majority of teaching is delivered through lectures, supported by a tutorial programme and seminars. Outside taught hours, you will be expected to spend time reading and researching for written assignments.
Assessment varies between modules. Some are assessed by formal exam, some by coursework, and many by a combination of both. The nature of the coursework varies and includes:
- individual essays
- group and individual projects
- case studies
- assessed presentations
In your final year, you will be given the opportunity to demonstrate your understanding of economics concepts through an independently researched dissertation.