Warwick Economics is at the forefront of economic research and education in the UK and beyond. We rank consistently near the top in all UK league tables are 25th in the world in the QS Subject Rankings 2017.
Warwick has also been ranked second for research rated ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’ in the most recent Research Excellence Framework. Teaching in the department is strongly research-led, which means you’ll be learning from some of the best-known and most original academics in the UK.
We offer an advanced, internationally-focused education that is both interllectually demanding and professionally relevant.
Aimed at students without a background in economics, our Diploma will provide you with training in the core components of modern economic analysis and appropriate quantitative methods.
An unbeatable combination of strong core studies, specialist options and the value of conducting academic research with the guidance of some of the best-known and most original academics in the UK.
Providing future PhD Economics students with a thorough understanding of research techniques and an in-depth appreciation of the principle concerns for economic researchers.
Why Economics at Warwick?
Top 3 rank among all university economics departments in UK in The Complete University Guide 2018.
- 25th rank in the QS World University Subject Rankings for Economics 2017.
2nd for the proportion of research in the 2014 REF meriting the top rankings.
90% overall Student Satisfaction score for undergraduate study.
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Distinct career advantage
We attract students from all around the world due to our reputation for offering rigorous and exciting training, and the fact that so many employers are keen to work with our graduates. Our graduates are extremely successful; 96% of our students who graduated in 2015 were in employment or further study within six months of receiving their degrees.
On top of an advanced education in Economics, at Warwick we offer many extra-curricular activities to enrich your student experience, including guest lectures, student conferences and social events. Students also run their own high-profile events such as the Warwick Economics Summit and the Warwick International Development Summit.