Why Economics at Warwick?
4th out of 76 UK Economics departments in the UK
Warwick Economics is ranked 4th in the Good University Guide 2018, published by The Times and Sunday Times in September 2017 .
The Good University Guide takes into consideration a number of quality measures, including teaching and research quality, student experience, entry points and graduate prospects. We are pleased to see that our scores were particularly high in the area of student experience and graduate prospects giving us a total of 98%, with only UCL, Oxford and Cambridge with higher scores.
4th rank of the Department for research
The Department ranked fourth for GPA x Research Intensity in the most recent Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014).
2nd for the proportion of research meriting the top rankings
Rank of the Department for the proportion of research meriting the top rankings (4* and 3*) in the most recent Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014).
96% of our research is deemed world leading (4*) and internationally excellent (3*), placing us joint 2nd with the University of Cambridge ahead of LSE and the University of Oxford.
90% overall Student Satisfaction score in the Department
The Department of Economics achieved an overall student satisfaction score of 89% in the National Student Survey 2016 and 90% in 2017.
Studying Economics at Warwick is also ranked number one in the Russell Group for overall satisfaction.
3rd in the Economics subject tables
Warwick Economics is ranked third in the Complete University Guide 2018.
21 study abroad opportunities
Institutions that offer our undergraduate students study abroad opportunities in Europe, the United States and Australia.
24 students accepted at the Carroll Round
The number of undergraduate students who were accepted to present their RAE work at the Carroll Round in the last ten years.
£9.9 million Research Grants and Contracts
The amount of new research grants and contracts awarded to the Department between 2010/11 - 2015/16.
86 academic staff, including 23 professors
Our faculty, from many corners of the world, include pioneers in many areas of economics, e.g. the economics of happiness, international development and economic history.
225 taught Postgraduate Students
Approximate number of postgraduate students enrolled in MSc courses.
65 PhD Students
Approximate number of PhD students who come to Warwick from destinations around the globe.