Scholarship opportunity

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Whether you are an undergraduate or postgraduate student, we have a number of scholarships available to support you during your studies. Application deadlines are coming up, so make sure you apply soon.

Undergraduate courses

We offer you lots of options, so you can tailor your course to match your interests:

  • choose between a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree
  • choose from a wide variety of optional modules
  • combine economics with a modern foreign language
  • study abroad or do a work placement for a year
  • study a joint honours course with another department
  • take a foundation year if you're an EU or international student and want to develop your language or study skills before your course (available with selected courses)

Economics

  • BA/BSc Economics

    How do individuals and organisations produce, consume and sell goods and services? How can a country or individual make better use of the resources it has?


  • BA/BSc Management Economics

    How can economic ideas and principles help us to understand how organisations work and industries function? What role do economic principles play in management decisions and in the analysis of strategic interactions among businesses and organisations?


  • BA/BSc International Economics

    How do different countries around the world trade, and what systems do they use? What influence do historical events have on the development of international policies?


  • BA/BSc Financial Economics

    What causes 'credit crunches', and how do their effects spread throughout the economy? What determines the value of Pound Sterling relative to the US Dollar or Euro? How do stock market prices affect asset prices?


  • BA Financial Economics and Accounting

    What causes 'credit crunches', and how do their effects spread throughout the economy? What determines the value of Pound Sterling relative to the US Dollar or Euro? How do stock market prices affect asset prices?


  • BSc Economics with Mathematics

    How do individuals and organisations produce, consume and sell goods and services? How can a country or individual make better use of the resources it has?


  • BSc Economics and Mathematics

    This course is administered by our Department of Mathematical Sciences.


  • BA History and Economics

    How have historical events shaped the way we buy and sell goods and services? What impact have historical events had on political, social, economic and cultural contexts?


  • BSc Accounting with Economics

    This course is administered by Essex Business School.


  • BA Philosophy, Politics and Economics

    This course is administered by our Department of Government.


  • BA Economics and Politics

    This course is administered by our Department of Government.


  • BA Political Economics

    This course is administered by our Department of Government.


Economics with modern languages

  • BA Economics with a Modern Language

    Do you want to combine the study of economics with a modern foreign language? Learning a language increases your global and cultural awareness, gives you confidence to work and travel internationally, expands your options for studying abroad, and gives you a competitive edge when applying for jobs.