BSc (Hons)Full-timeSeptember3 - 4 yearsCNY 80000 year
This programme is designed in a way which combines instruction in the core scientiﬁc and theoretical elements of economics with a keen awareness of the profound relevance of economics principles to questions of current and topical relevance and concern.
A key feature of this programme is its emphasis on international economic issues, exploiting the world-leading reputation of the Nottingham School of Economics for research and teaching on issues of globalisation, trade and economic policy.
You will be provided with analytical and practical tools with which to understand China’s place in the world economy, and the ever-growing importance and inﬂuence of China and the wider region on the global economy.
By the end of the programme, you will have developed the analytical and discursive skills of a well-trained economist with a focus on international economics and advanced econometric analysis.
The course is based on an equivalent programme at The University of Nottingham, UK (L160 Economics and International Economics). However, it may span four years rather than three depending on your level of English Language and academic qualification.
This degree programme has a structure that initiates you in the core principles of economics, international economics, econometrics, quantitative and mathematical economics,
while at the same time emphasising the sorts of questions of regional and global concern such study can address. As a result, when you graduate from this programme you will
have access to a wide range of career opportunities.