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Study with us• study in a department which is home to the Fraser of Allander Institute – a leading research institute which offers internship and work placement opportunities for our students• Accounting & Finance is ranked 1st in the UK (The Times and Sunday Times Good Guide 2022)• use key economics concepts and models to better understand real-world problems• develop excellent analytical and problem-solving skills that are highly valued by employers• gain the ability to explain complex data
Study with us• study in a department which is home to the Fraser of Allander Institute – a leading research institute which offers internship and work placement opportunities for our students• Accounting & Finance is ranked 1st in the UK (The Times and Sunday Times Good Guide 2022)• use key economics concepts and models to better understand real-world problems• develop excellent analytical and problem-solving skills that are highly valued by employers• gain the ability to explain complex data in simple terms to a diverse audience• benefit from being taught by staff who have strong links with policy-makers and industry• Our Finance degree gives you a head start to the Investment Management Certificate (IMC)• Economics is ranked 4th in the UK (The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022)Why this course?• Following the recent global economic crisis, economics is more important and relevant than ever. Decisions on money, banking, interest rates, taxation and government spending affect us all, with global consequences.• Economics aims to understand the activities of the different agents in the economy – consumers, producers and the government – and how they all fit together.• The Finance aspect of this degree will give you the skills for a career in financial services, such as banking, investment management, pension fund management, and insurance, as well as a wide range of business organisations. It will also be invaluable in helping you make personal financial decisions.