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Undergraduate Prospective Students

Undergraduate Study

For undergraduates, we offer an advanced, internationally-focused education in economics that is both intellectually demanding and professionally relevant. Our three core economics courses allow you to customise your degree with optional modules from a wide range of subjects.

BSc Economics

Grow your knowledge and skills in areas such as microeconomics, macroeconomics and econometrics and learn how to apply economics theory to the solution of today's economic problems.

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BSc Economics and Industrial Organisation

Designed for students with a particular interest in business and industry and focusing strongly on the application of economic theory to corporate decision making, whilst featuring many aspects of the pure Economics course.

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BSc/BA Economics, Politics and International Studies

A challenging multi-disciplinary course in economic and political analysis. This course allows you to specialise in Economics or Politics and International Studies, continuing the other subject as a Minor.

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Other Joint Degrees

Not convinced an economics degree is for you? We offer a range of degree courses which include the study of economics as a joint or minor option.

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Admissions

Admissions to our courses are very competitive so it is essential that you read the entry criteria to ensure you meet our requirements before applying.

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Student Experience

We believe it's important to invest in the whole student experience and welcome you into our economics community.

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Careers and Further Study

Our students are going on to do great things and are the most often targeted by graduate employers (High Fliers, 2020)

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Offer Holders

Already have an offer to study economics at Warwick? Find out more about the course you have chosen to study.

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