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MSc in Economics and International Financial Economics

Duration: Full-time: 1 year

Min. entry requirements: 2:i undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in Economics or a relevant discipline; 2:i undergraduate results in Mathematics and Economic Statistics

English Language: IELTS 6.5, Band A

This programme will be of particular interest to you if you’re planning a career in a financial institution, working as an analyst, professional economist or in a related role.

Over four compulsory modules and three optional modules, you’ll explore the connections between economic theory, empirical economics and the practice of international finance. An 8,000 word dissertation gives you an opportunity to explore your own interests across these fields of study. We’ll automatically enrol you onto a presessional Mathematics and Statistics programme, to equip you in advance with the methodological skills you’ll need to succeed.

The course will provide you with a thorough grounding in advanced core areas of microeconomic and macroeconomic theory, econometrics and research methods. You’ll also have the opportunity to specialise in international financial economics, engaging in contemporary theoretical and empirical debates.

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Entry Requirements

Diploma in Economics/Diploma + MSc (1+1) in Economics
2:i undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in any subject; we also look for a good A level in Mathematics, including algebra

MSc in Economics and MSc in Economics and International Finance Economics
2:i undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in Economics or a relevant discipline; 2:i undergraduate results in Mathematics and Economic Statistics

MSc in Behavioural and Economic Science
(Economics Track)
2:i undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in Economics; 2:i undergraduate results in Mathematics and Economic Statistics

English Language Requirements

Band A, IELTS 6.5

Application

All applications should be made online at: www.warwick.ac.uk/go/pgapply

Places on postgraduate taught courses are limited, so you should submit your application as early as possible.

If you are an international applicant and need to obtain a student visa, you will need to leave plenty of time for this process.

For this reason, international applicants must submit their application by 31 July for courses that begin in September. If you are a UK or EU applicant, there are no deadlines for applications to postgraduate taught places.

Tuition Fees
(2016/17 rates.)

Home/EU/Overseas: £20,840 full-time

Diploma in Economics:
Home/EU/Overseas: £16,080 full-time

Funding

Details of funding opportunities are available on the Economics website and via the Graduate School.