Economics and International Relations – BSc
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The recent pandemic has shown that the global economy is made up of interconnected countries and their structures and economic policies.
The programme is designed to provide students with a strong grounding in the disciplines of Economics and International Relations, including micro and macro economics, labour and development economics, international political economy, globalisation, international public policy, comparative politics and regional studies, international security and international relations theory. The programme gives students a grounding in all of these issues (especially in years 1 & 2) but also provides them with enough flexibility to specialise in particular themes, topics, and areas.
This degree will help students develop a strong sense of intellectual integrity, acquire substantial knowledge in the broad fields of Economics and International Relations and apply these skills to wider situations.
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