Our economics course is 3rd in the UK for student satisfaction
The Complete University Guide 2024 league table published last week has ranked our Economics BSc(Hons) course third in the UK for student satisfaction.
We’re also currently ranked second in the UK for teaching quality and student experience, according to the 2023 Times Good University Guide.
These are fantastic results for our Economics course and our teaching team, who work hard to ensure that our students are satisfied and that the course content reflects the skills needed in the workforce.
What does our course leader say?
Course leader, Tim Laing, said: “The improvement in rankings for our economics degree is a great reflection of the hard work and dedication put into the course by the entire team over the last few years.
“It demonstrates the overall commitment to the student-centred learning and innovative approaches to teaching economics taken across the programme as a whole.”
Why study economics?
Economics isn’t just about numbers; it’s about understanding human behaviour, social issues, and other influencing factors that shape our world.
Economics professionals help organisations and governments understand how best to manage limited resources to achieve their goals.
Studying economics empowers you to make informed decisions and contribute to a sustainable and inclusive future. Alongside our core Economics BSc modules in microeconomics, macroeconomics and quantitative methods, you can also explore topics such as game theory and globalisation.
A degree in economics is a route into a number of careers, including risk management, mergers and acquisitions, consultancy and financial analysis.
Browse the Complete University Guide 2024 league table.