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Economics course in Preston Lancashire Business School

...The single honours degree in Economics, with its choice of route, provides a thorough grounding in the range of skills required by the modern economist. Briefly, these comprise: analysis and communication, numeracy and data handling, critical evaluation, conceptual thinking and advocacy... Learn about: Business Economics, Industrial Economics, Labour Economics...

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Preston
  • 3 Years
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... subject specific knowledge of the behaviour and practice of banks. Many of the units on this course are shared with the specialist programmes of BA (Hons) Economics and BA (Hons) Banking and Finance... Learn about: Financial Training...

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Lancaster
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...You will study: Markets (how they work and why they fail). Managing the economy. Industrial economics. Economic development. The UK in the global economy... Learn about: Business Economics, Quantitative economics, Industrial Economics...

  • A Level
  • Preston
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AS/A2 Economics course in Preston Cardinal Newman College

... economic policy. Will I enjoy this course? Economics would particularly appeal to those with... Learn about: Quantitative economics, Business Economics...

  • A Level
  • Preston
  • 2 Years
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...ECONOMICS A/AS Level Kate Crook is Head of Economics. She is also a Deputy Head in Sixth Form and an A Level Economics examiner. We have consistently... Learn about: Labour Economics, Economic History, Business Economics...

  • A Level
  • Blackburn
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Economics Part 1 course in Chorley The School of Economic Science

...The study of economics in the School pays particular attention to the following areas: The implications of meeting the needs for natural resources... Learn about: Labour Economics, Business Economics, Industrial Economics...

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  • Chorley
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...Economics Student performance in Economics has consistently been excellent with a high proportion achieving grades A and B. A significant proportion... Learn about: Economic History, Quantitative economics, Business Economics...

  • A Level
  • Blackpool
  • 2 Years
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...AS/AGCE ECONOMICS Money makes the world go round, and this traditionally highly respected and valued subject will help you to understand how and... Learn about: Economic History, Business Economics, Industrial Economics...

  • A Level
  • Ashton Under Lyne
  • 1 Year
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B.A. /BSc (Hons) Economics course in Lancaster Manchester Metropolitan University

...Economics is fundamentally concerned with how we use resources and covers a range of issues such as employment, prices, the distribution of income and wealth, government spending on services, investment, productivity and growth, international trade and finance. It is also a discipline that develops... Learn about: Skills and Training...

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Lancaster
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...AS/AGCE ECONOMICS Money makes the world go round, and this traditionally highly respected and valued subject will help you to understand how and... Learn about: Economic History, Business Economics, Quantitative economics...

  • A Level
  • Ashton Under Lyne
  • 2 Years
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AS/A2 Statistics course in Preston Cardinal Newman College

...in which students continually build upon the skills they have developed in previous lessons. What is different about Statistics compared to Mathematics?... Learn about: Quantitative economics...

  • A Level
  • Preston
  • 2 Years
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...Economics is concerned with some of the most important issues which affect us all employment, income, prices, housing, poverty, government spending, competitiveness, investment, productivity and growth, international trade and finance... Learn about: GCSE Mathematics...

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Lancaster
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... and management accounting, complemented by the study of economics from the viewpoint of consumers, workers, industry, commerce and government, you will be able to utilise this breadth of knowledge when deciding on your career path. This programme is ideal if you aspire to a future career in management... Learn about: Financial Training, Accounting MBA, Management Accounting...

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Lancaster
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