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Join a programme with a long-standing international reputation for excellence. At York we are proud of the impact and influence of our economics research in society and our contribution to scholarship. Read more
The Economics MSc is designed to provide an education in advanced economic theory and quantitative methods while allowing students to specialise or take options in a range of subjects that reflect the School's main areas of research expertise. Read more
Do you want a high-flying career in finance, economic consultancy or trading and investments? Are you a great communicator with strong analytical skills? Whether you want to work in the city, or other major world financial centres, this degree will give you a kick start into an amazing highly paid career. Read more
Do you have an interest in the world economy and in how economics can help us understand the world around us? Well trained economists are highly sought after in the labour market and are employed by consultancy firms, the government economic service, financial institutions, and other international organizations and businesses (even the tech giants). Read more
Do you see yourself in an international economic and business environment? Do you seek the challenge of a high-level practice-oriented education to realise your ambitions? The International Economics programme presents you with a wide range of topical global economic issues. Read more
Our innovative postgraduate programmes span all areas of business and have been designed to prepare you to succeed in a changing global workplace, with industry informed content and hands-on experience.
The faculty aspires to be recognised as one of the renowned European research-oriented schools for business and economics and to be a strong partner for corporate and public sector stakeholders and the academic community.
We collaborate across disciplines to shape global issues in business, management, and society, making an impact on policy, practice, and people.
Explore microeconomic development issues such as poverty, inequality, health, education and labour; and macroeconomic themes relating to economic growth, management of resource wealth, trade and aid. Read more