The best places to study economics in the UK
The British education system offers quite a few favourable options to study economics in the renowned institutions for future economists, market analysts, investors and bankers. A lot of applicants opt for studying economics in the UK because of the high quality and prestige of the UK universities which are highly regarded all over the world. Here is the list of some prominent English universities and other institutions that are chosen by students who are eager to study economics and relative disciplines in the UK: Cambridge, Oxford, Warwick, London School of Economics, University College London, Heriot-Watt, Nottingham, Leeds, Durham, Bath.
How much does it cost to study economics in the UK?
Studying economics in the UK generally requires fairly significant investments. The home/island/EU student is bound to pay tuition fee about 9000 - 10 000 £ per year. The tuition fee for an international student who wants to study economics in a prestigious UK university is between 15 000 and 23 000 £. Apart from tuition fees for studying economics or relative programs in English universities, the cost of accommodation and living has to be taken into account as well. Basically, the choice to study economics in the UK is significantly based on the financial affordability of the student and his family, however, it is possible to obtain the scholarships either provided by the UK government or by one of the UK universities, as far as economic programmes are concerned.
All in all, the decision to study economics in the UK and applying for one of the aforementioned UK universities for the programes like MA in Sustainability and business, or MA in Economics, or MA in International money and Banking with subsequent graduation may be more than beneficial in terms of the prestige of the institution and its influence on the student’s future prospects as well as acquiring fundamental theoretical basis and strong practical skills applicable in the modern economic reality.