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We will update this page when we make significant changes to course information. This does not necessarily include minor corrections or formatting.

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25 April 2023

Updated ‘Subject Combinations’ section under A levels:


  • We are looking for students with strong mathematical ability and A-level Mathematics or equivalent is therefore required for this programme


  • We are looking for students with strong mathematical ability.

24 March 2023

Made several amendments to content.

Entry Requirement Tab

Inserted paragraph text under the heading "General entry requirements":

A successful application to this programme requires the application to be strong in all areas, including:

  • Predicted/Current Grades
  • Past Academic Record
  • Personal Statement
  • School reference

In the A Levels expanding box, changed the GCSE text to:

General GCSE requirements

You will need a strong set of GCSE grades including the majority at A (or 7) and A* (or 8-9). Your GCSE (or equivalent) English Language and Mathematics grades should be no lower than B (or 6). We also consider your overall GCSE subject profile. Find out more about our entry requirements and the qualifications we accept.

Added new text (within the A Level expanding box)

Subject Combinations

  • We do not specify a subject mix at A Level, but we particularly value applicants who can demonstrate a strong breadth of study.
  • We are looking for students with strong mathematical ability and A-level Mathematics or equivalent is therefore required for this programme.
  • Further Maths and Economics are not essential, although they are fine subject choices for a student considering Economics at degree level. We treat them as any other strong A level subject: they have no special status.
  • We will only look at your top three grades (including Mathematics). A fourth A Level will not be considered.

Removed the four FAQs provided and replaced it with the below text:

View a full list of our frequently asked questions here. Link opens in a new window

Course Overview Tab

After the ‘Study Abroad’ section, added a testimonial section with student photo to the side.

Hear from students

"Studying economics at Warwick is a fantastic experience. The University offers students a comprehensive economics education that combines both theoretical and empirical methods. The fact that the curriculum covers a broad range of subjects and gives students chances to apply their knowledge through research projects and real-world case studies surprised me..” Eleni, BSc Economics

Get the student perspective by reading our student blogs.

Department Tab

Added a new paragraph after ‘...leaders in their field.’ to include the below text:

Watch second year Economics student Josh in a typical day in the life of a student at Warwick.

*embedded video* - *

After ‘Our courses’ section and before ‘Related degrees’ section, inserted the following text:

Academic Resources Portal The Department of Economics have put together a portal of academic resources recommended by faculty members for anyone who may be considering studying economics at undergraduate level.