BA (Hons) Economics
Study Economics at the University of Stirling and open the door to endless career opportunities in the world of business.
- Award BA (Hons)
- Start date September or January
- Duration 48 months or 36 months
- Mode of study Part-time, Full-time, Campus based
- UCAS Code L100
- Study abroad opportunities
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Economics at Stirling is delivered in a revolutionary new way of teaching through our commitment to the CORE
Economics is the study of how people interact with others and their surroundings, and here at Stirling we look at
Our expert staff will give you an insight into professional practices through their cutting-edge research and links to industry. You’re also free to combine your studies with one of eight other courses, sharpening your focus on a specific area that complements your growing knowledge of economics.
Broaden your knowledge at one of the UK’s leading Business and Management institutions, and discover why our Economics course ranks among the best in the country.
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What our students said
Read Jan's storyI have learned a lot of practical, applicable skills during my studies and I currently have the great problem of deciding between a master's degree and a graduate job. Furthermore, due to a great offering of societies and other volunteering opportunities, I've managed to build valuable interpersonal skills that are of importance in more or less any career you can think of.
BA (Hons) Economics
Read Robynn's storyDuring my time at Stirling, I was given the privilege of an internship with Barclays in Geneva, Switzerland, thanks to the Saltire Scholar Internship Programme. This allowed me to demonstrate and put to use all of the leadership skills I had acquired.
Read Benjamin's storyThe lecturers in both economics and finance are incredible and what I particularly liked about finance was the bridging between theory and the real-world markets.