Studying Economics in the UK will help students understand the financial factors that shape the world we live in and how they affect the rich and poor. Study is focussed on political, social and economic issues, while problem solving, data analysis and computing are amongst the core skills developed.
Read more: Economics subject guide
Economics graduates are in high demand, and starting salaries in the profession are higher than most other fields.
|1||University of Oxford||Oxford, England|
|2||University of Cambridge||Cambridge, England|
|3||University of St Andrews||St Andrews, Scotland|
|4||University of Strathclyde||Glasgow, Scotland|
|5||University of Stirling||Stirling, Scotland|
|6||University of Warwick||Coventry, England|
|7||University of Leeds||Leeds, England|
|8||University of East Anglia||Norwich, England|
|9||University of Bristol||Bristol, England|
|10||Durham University||Durham, England|
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