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Economists are regarded as great problem solvers, highly analytical, numerate and able to make sense of large amounts of complex information.
Our BA (Hons) Economics with International Finance and Banking course uses the threshold concepts of economics to critically analyse decisions involving instruments of finance and banking. You will learn about the important role of finance and banking in affecting investment and growth and develop crucial employment skills in the tools and techniques of financial analysis.
You’ll develop your decision-making skills in ways that are distinctive to the discipline of Economics – making you highly employable across a range of sectors.
As an Economics student you’ll have access to our unique Trading Room facility. With 12 double-screen workstations, the room gives you a simulated experience of working in the fast-moving world of shares and trading. You can access sophisticated analysis tools and data on worldwide financial markets.
Nottingham Business School enrols its economics students with The Society of Professional Economists (SPE). SPE is the leading organisation serving professional economists in the UK and has more than 600 members, drawn from all areas of the profession including finance and commerce, industry, government departments, private sector consultants, business schools and universities.
This course can be studied over three years full-time or four years with a placement, and offers all students the opportunity to gain some industry experience or travel overseas to study abroad in one of our partner universities with our unique opportunities scheme.
Careers and employability
Graduates from this course have gone onto working in both public and private sector, undertaking positions such as:
- Risk analyst
- Market analyst
- Junior auditor assistant
- Fraud coordinator
- Sales assistant
In the last few years, graduates from this course have gone onto securing roles with well know employers such as:
- MINT Securities
- Lloyds Banking Group
- Deutsche Bank
- Ernst and Young