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Masters in Economics

Study Economics Masters Programmes

Economics is the study of how financial resources are used and applied across personal, public and corporate fields. The 21st Century has seen an increase in the pressure on resources and the administering of funds. There are more economic issues than ever before, meaning the education of economists is all the more imperative. As well as the obvious focus on money and finance, an economics degree will also allow you to explore the social side of financial situations, meaning that you will graduate with many transferable skills.

Masters in Economics in 2024

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Transport Economics MSc

Faculty of Environment, University of Leeds United Kingdom

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Health Economics & Health Policy MSc

Brunel University London, Online Programmes United Kingdom

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Economics MSc

Radboud University, Nijmegen School of Management Netherlands

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Global Business and Economics Master Degree

Vilnius University Lithuania

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Development Economics MSc

University of Kent United Kingdom

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Economics & Finance MSc

Strathclyde Business School, University of Strathclyde United Kingdom

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Health Economics MPhil, PhD, MSc (Research)

Swansea University United Kingdom

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