This degree weaves academic learning into the business context internationally. You'll be exposed to applying economics into action by completing a valuable paid placement year in public, private or voluntary organisations.
This insightful degree takes academic learning and theory and puts it into a global business context.
You'll study oligopolistic pricing using games and economic experiments. You'll explore global financial markets, regulators and financial instruments with leading analysts to gain a rounded view of global economics.
Economists with analytical and quantitative skills are highly sought after by a variety of private and public sector organisations. Previous graduates have gone on to work with companies such as J.P. Morgan Chase, KPMG, GSA Capital and Handles Banken.
You'll develop the skills to design data collection tools and analyse and interpret data to improve business decision making and operations. With an awareness of current economic and financial news you'll understand their potential impacts on business.
You'll be able to critically read, write, listen, present and argue economic concepts and their applicability developing core communication and computational skills. These skills are invaluable for roles such as applied economist, business analyst, financial policy advisor or health economist.
We'll help you develop your knowledge of securities, analysis and investment, as well as econometrics, sampling techniques, and risk and probability distributions.
You'll learn to use Excel to its full potential and become an expert at the latest statistical software. You'll be able to interpret financial data and learn how to write robust business reports.
You'll graduate with the skills and experience to excel in a career in a variety of sectors from government departments and banks to manufacturing firms and charities.
Our exciting and industry-focused course will enable you to:
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On this course, you'll be introduced to Micro and Macro-economic theories and examine how these theories are being applied in real-world situations. You'll also be trained to critically evaluate if the theories could effectively be applied to solve current real economic issues.
One of the most innovative modules of the programme, Economics of Entertainment and Sports, will give you the opportunity to apply Micro, Macro and Econometric theories to the running of one of the more lucrative industries in London.
You'll also explore essential quantitative techniques in handling and making use of data to help with running and growing businesses.
This module will allow you to examine micro and macro-economic theories in the business environment.
In this module, you'll apply selected micro and macro-economic theories to the running of business in the real world.
In this module, you'll explore computational skills to help manage business finance.
In this module, you'll gain an understanding in interpreting financial data for businesses.
In this module, you'll critically assess the applicability of micro and macro-economic theories to formulating policies that would impact on businesses.
This module will give you the skills to decipher how businesses can be conducted internationally though trade.
This module will allow you to understand how banking systems and practices originate. You'll also look at how businesses would be affected by any such changes.
This module will enable you to acquire the accounting skills relevant for running, overseeing and planning for business operation and expansion.
In this module, you'll get hands-on experience in designing, conducting and interpreting survey data relevant for business planning and operations.
This module will allow you to smartly apply traditional micro and macro-economic theories to explain modern lucrative business operations in the entertainment and sports industries.
In this module, you'll investigate how foreign exchange risks might impact on businesses. You'll also examine possible financial risk management strategies.
This module will give you hands-on experience in designing and planning the set-up of a start-up business and evaluating all potential business challenges it might face.
The internship module gives you the opportunity to undertake a period of work experience for a minimum of 30 days. This will facilitate you to gain an insight into the world of work and appropriate conduct at work, and the process of becoming and staying employable through assertiveness, continuing development and reflection on both your development and the link between theory and practice. You will also develop an understanding of the organisation, sector and the environment in which it operates.
To find out more about this highly regarded course, please download the Business Economics BSc Honours specification (PDF).
We offer lots of support to help you while you're studying including financial advice, wellbeing, mental health and disability support.
We'll support you if you have additional needs such as sensory impairment or dyslexia. And if you want to find out whether Middlesex is the right place for you before you apply, get in touch with our Disability Advice and Support service.
Our specialist teams will support your mental health. We have free individual counselling sessions, workshops, support groups and useful guides.
Our Middlesex Unitemps branch will help you find work that fits around uni and your other commitments. We have hundreds of student jobs on campus that pay the London Living Wage and above.
You can apply for scholarships and bursaries and our MDX Student Starter Kit to help with up to £1,000 of goods, including a new laptop or iPad.
We have also reduced the costs of studying with free laptop loans, free learning resources and discounts to save money on everyday things. Check out our guide to student life on a budget.
Economists with analytical and quantitative skills are highly sought after by the private and public sector, big and small firms, large international agencies, schools and universities, economic policy makers, and social organisations. Students exiting the programme could have a career as:
Graduating students with a BSc (Hons) Business Economics Degree will be advantageously equipped to further complement their technical skillset with Middlesex’s newly developed Master of Behavioural Economics in Action.
You could also continue into further education with a master's degree.
Previous graduates have progressed into careers with such companies and organisations as:
Our Employability service can help you to develop your employability skills and get some valuable work experience. We provide workshops, events and one-to-one support with job hunting, CVs, covering letters, interviews and networking.
We also support you in securing part-time work, placements, internships, and volunteering opportunities, and offer an enterprise support service for those looking to start their own business.
The fees below refer to the 2023/24 academic year unless otherwise stated. Course fees are subject to annual inflation.
Part-time: £77 per taught credit
Full-time students: £15,100
Part-time students: £126 per taught credit
The following course-related costs are included in the fees:
To help make uni affordable, we do everything we can to support you including our:
1. UK Fees: The university reserves the right to increase undergraduate tuition fees in line with changes to legislation, regulation and any government guidance or decisions. The tuition fees for part-time UK study are subject to annual review and we reserve the right to increase the fees each academic year by no more than the level of inflation.
Professor Kujal is a leading researcher published widely in the field of behavioural and experimental economics. He is also an expert in industrial organisations.
Dr Nessa joined the Department of Economics at Middlesex University in October 2012. She is a senior Lecturer, and Program leader of BSc Business Economics and BSc Foundation Economics.
Her teaching experience primarily revolves around subjects such as Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Applications of Economics, Economic Policy Evaluations, Econometrics, and International Finance.
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