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MSc Economics and International Financial Economics

Our exciting MSc in Economics and International Financial Economics is designed to link economic theory and empirical economics with the practice of international finance.

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

Next course start date:
21st September 2020

Code Duration Mode of study Award
L1P7 12 months Full time Master of Science

Modules

One optional core module in Economic Analysis:

  • Economic Analysis AA
  • Economic Analysis AB
  • Economic Analysis BA
  • Economic Analysis BB

Each of the modules will develop your understanding of advanced microeconomic and macroeconomic analysis, with more applied/policy orientated versions (A) and more technical/theoretically orientated versions (B).

One optional core module in Quantitative Methods:

  • Econometrics A
  • Econometrics B

Econometrics A covers fundamental econometrics research skills and Econometrics B will supplement the development of these key and fundamental professional skills by looking at more advanced topics.

Three optional modules
Dissertation

Students need to have previously completed undergraduate courses in microeconomics, macroeconomics and econometrics/economic statistics at an intermediate level. The MSc Economics and International Financial Economics is a quantitative degree and students will need to be competent in several areas of mathematics. All student attend a short pre-sessional mathematics and statistics course before the term starts. As a guide, we expect students opting for B versions of Macroeconomics or Microeconomics to have obtained the equivalent of a First class mark (70%) in their undergraduate studies, though we will consider a request to take a B variant even if that prerequisite is not met.

Typical careers paths

Economists and analysts working in Central Banks (including the Bank of England and European Central Bank), Government Departments and International Financial Institutions.

Entry requirements

First or upper-second class honours degree or equivalent in economics or a closely-related subject. If English is not your first language, IELTS 6.5 is required. Further details are given on our entry specifications page

Tuition fees 2020/21

Home/EU students: £24,120

Overseas students: £25,330

The fees quotes above is for guidance only, the University reserves the right to amend its fees.

Find out how to apply for MSc Economics and International Financial Economics

Contact us

If you have any queries in relation to this course, or any other queries about postgraduate Economics study at Warwick, please do get in touch:

Tel: +44 (0)24 765 23027

Email: economics dot pgoffice at warwick dot ac dot uk

The Postgraduate Office
Department of Economics
University of Warwick
Coventry, CV4 7AL
UK