University of Surrey offers Economics and Finance BSc (Hons)

University of Surrey’s B.Sc.(Honours) In Economics and Finance programme offers a potent combination of essential business and finance topics alongside the core elements of an economics degree. You will gain an understanding of how the business and financial sectors operate and of their role in modern economies, and you will acquire the tools required for analysing them. The University’s Economics programmes are ranked top ten in the UK by the Guardian University Guide 2018.

Programme overview

At Surrey, you will study how the Business and Finance sectors operate and the critical tools for analysing them. The programme is developed around a framework of core economics and quantitative principles, providing a strong set of analytical skills that are highly relevant to the worlds of business and finance. You will also build your analytical problem-solving capabilities, develop quantitative and data analysis proficiency, improve your computing skills and polish your written and oral presentation talents. These skills are highly sought-after in today’s challenging economic environment, as organisations and financial institutions strive to solve increasingly complex problems.

Programme structure

The structure of our programmes follows clear educational aims that are tailored to each curriculum. These are all outlined in the programme specification documents which include further details such as the learning outcomes. Please be aware that these specifications apply to the current academic year.

Career and Professional Training

The University of Surrey is proud of its track record for graduate employability. One of the main reasons for its graduate employability success is its Professional Training placement programme which is one of the largest in the World, with over 2,300 partner organisations in the UK and overseas.

The University’s Professional Training placements offer you the opportunity to put your skills and understanding of economics into practice in a real-world environment, gaining invaluable experience for your future career. Job placements are available in a range of organisations, from large corporations to City institutions or government departments.

Global Opportunities

The University gives students the opportunity to acquire international experience during their degrees by taking advantage of our exchange agreements with overseas universities or by completing a Professional Training placement abroad. In addition to the hugely enjoyable and satisfying experience, time spent at foreign countries adds a distinctive element to your CV.

The University encourages the students to add an international experience to their degrees by studying overseas for one or two semesters during the second year (typically the autumn semester if only for one semester). The School of Economics currently has nine exchange agreements spanning four continents of the globe, including the University of Sydney in Australia, Brock University in Canada and the University of Hong Kong.

Erasmus Grant

The University’s partners complement its commitment to excellence in teaching and research and enable students to enhance their international outlook. If you choose to study at one of the European partners, you will be eligible for an Erasmus grant.

Taking part in the exchange programme is an invaluable experience that will expand your knowledge of economics, broaden your horizons, enhance your CV and enrich your life on a personal and professional level. In your third year, you might then want to think about spending your Professional Training placement abroad. Students have worked in many places, both in Europe and beyond; if working in Europe, you will again be eligible for an Erasmus grant. This is an excellent opportunity not only to acquire valuable work experience but also improve or learn another language.

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