Apply key economic principles, theories and quantitative techniques to a variety of real-world issues.
Analyse economic dataand learn how social and individual decision-making influence economics.
Develop the logical reasoning skills to formulate and articulate effective arguments, and critically evaluate problems.
With academic direction from leading faculty at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) – ranked #6 globally in Economics and Econometrics – this programme considers the many ways in which data, behaviour, decision-making and societal issues interact.
Build your quantitative base.
Your introductory courses will equip you with an essential set of quantitative skills and techniques in subjects like mathematics, statistics, economics and management.
Develop an analytical approach.
Intermediate courses – like microeconomics, macroeconomics and econometrics – will help you develop a firm grasp of core analytical methods and their applications.
Explore specialised topics.
Your advanced courses will give you the chance to explore modern issues in economics and related disciplines, from monetary policy to corporate finance.
The maximum period of registration is six years, but we suggest you aim to complete your programme within three to four years. To complete the programme in as few as three years, students must take four full courses (or equivalent) each year.
The table below shows the suggested course sequence when taking this programme through Standard Entry Route (equivalent of 12 full courses) over three years. All full courses are 30 credits and take 20 weeks of learning. Half courses are 15 credits and include 10 weeks of learning.
Choose three courses from here:
Create models and analyses designed to help companies and governments assess financial risks, plan long-term investments and accurately predict costs.
Evaluate current economic issues spanning range of sectors – from energy to health to finance – and develop recommendations for clients or organisations.
Combine research and analysis to support public or private sector organisations in identifying, anticipating and evaluating relevant industry trends.
Use economic reasoning and analysis techniques to help businesses, regulators and policy makers evaluate and implement strategic decisions.
Adjunct Senior Lecturer, CSE
Senior Lecturer, Global Studies
Adjunct Lecturer-Law, UCB
Adjunct Senior Lecturer, Computer Science
Lecturer, Business Studies
Ms Farin Daula is working as a senior lecturer at UCB. She is a trained education professional from the UK and has a degree in Education and English from University of Surrey, UK. She also holds a Master’s in management from Westminster University, UK. Ms Farin received her teacher training at the department of Continuing Education, University of Oxford, UK. Ms Farin is the founder of the education platform, One Circle. She is a certified mental health first aider and a life coach. She has extensive experience in the life-skills education sector, working in various schools and non-profit organizations in London and Dhaka. She is the author of the Tara and Joy children’s book series. The first book of this series called “Tara and Joy: Body Safety” is available now both in Bengali and English version.
Senior Lecturer, Business Studies
Assistant Professor, Chemistry
Dr. Sadia Afreen is an assistant professor at the Universal College Bangladesh (UCB). She completed BSc in Chemical Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET). She obtained her PhD from the University of Nottingham and then completed her postdoctoral research at Nanjing University in the field of chemical engineering. Her research expertise is in applied chemistry and nanotechnology. She has significant publications in her areas of research, and she contributed as a journal reviewer to prestigious journals in her fields of expertise. She earned the Postgraduate Student Teachers Certificate during her postgraduate study at the University of Nottingham. She worked in the hall committee, conference committee at the University of Nottingham; teaching and learning subcommittee, and program coordinator in the Monash College Diploma program at UCB. She worked in industry and had several engineering and research training at home and abroad.
Dean of Academic Affairs, Monash & LSE Program
Professor & Dean of Academic Affairs