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A masters in Economics will equip students with the ability to identify and model issues, analyse and deduce, communicate results, think critically and draw economic policy inferences.

Students may find career roles in government, small scale organisations, etc.

There are plenty of further study options in Economics available for graduates. Graduates may also wish to apply for membership within professional bodies such as the Royal Economic Society and the Society of Business Economics.

Graduates may wish to find careers in banking, insurance, accountancy, taxation, as financial analysts, policy analysts or actuaries.

 

Potential employers:

• JP Morgan

• Apple

• Coca-Cola

• Deutsche Bank

• KPMG

 

Example careers:

• Chartered accountant

• Chartered certified accountant

• Chartered public finance accountant

• Economist

• Financial risk analyst

• Investment analyst

• Statistician

 

Fun facts about Economics: Notable alumni

• Sir Peter Middleton (BA Economics, 1955, Honorary Doctor of Letter, 1984) Former Permanent Secretary of HM Treasury and Former Chancellor of University of Sheffield

• Ian Luder (BA Economics and Economic History), UK tax expert and former Lord Mayor of the City of London

• John Whittingdale (Economics, 1982), current UK Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport (2015-)


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MPhil in Economic and Social History

Details Tuition: £34,270 Start Month: October
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University of Cambridge

MPhil in Economic and Social History

Programme Description:

The course is designed to introduce students to current and important approaches to the study of History, drawing insights from across the social sciences. This is done in the first instance through the Central Concepts in Economic and Social History course, and more specifically, in a choice of two courses from a list of specific topics offered by staff members in History and in related Social Sciences. Students are also expected to undertake training in social science research methods, encompassing quantitative and qualitative analytical tools, which are taught at all levels, from beginner to advanced. Throughout the course students will be supervised by a dedicated member of staff, who will guide their research towards the completion of an original historical subject chosen and developed by them. In addition students will benefit from Cambridge’s vibrant research environment in Economic and Social History, attending and participating in guest talks, workshops and other events throughout the year.

Type:MPhil(Full-Time) Tuition:£34,270
Duration:11 Months Start Month: October

Application Fee: £50.00

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MPhil in Economics

Details Tuition: £36,750 Start Month: September
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MPhil in Economics

Programme Description:

The MPhil in Economics is a one-year master’s degree that runs from mid-September to late July. This degree is specifically aimed at candidates who are interested in undertaking a master’s degree that will give them the technical training required to undertake a career as a professional economist working for, say, the UK Government Economic Service or an economics consultancy.

Type:MPhil(Full-Time) Tuition:£36,750
Duration:10 Months Start Month: September

Application Fee: £50.00

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MPhil in Finance

Details Tuition: £36,200 Start Month: September
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MPhil in Finance

Programme Description:

Combining advanced study and research, this programme is designed for students who wish to extend their knowledge of finance or financial engineering. The programme provides research-led teaching and is particularly suitable for those intending to continue to a PhD. The degree also provides a strong academic background for those aiming for a career in finance.

Type:MPhil(Full-Time) Tuition:£36,200
Duration:9 Months Start Month: September

Application Fee: £50.00

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MPhil in Finance and Economics

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MPhil in Finance and Economics

Programme Description:

The MPhil in Finance and Economics is a one-year master's degree that runs from mid-September to late July. It is an intensive course combining advanced study and research, tailored for people with one year or less of work experience who intend to go on to work for industry. It places particular emphasis on economic coverage of financial themes, beginning from the institutional background, moving on to careful consideration of how observed institutions should be modelled, and ending by relating existing models to data and discussing how these models should be improved when they do not fit the data.

Type:MPhil(Full-Time) Tuition:£36,750
Duration:10 Months Start Month: September

Application Fee: £50.00

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MPhil in Innovation, Strategy and Organisation

Details Tuition: £36,200 Start Month: October
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MPhil in Innovation, Strategy and Organisation

Programme Description:

Advanced study and research in this programme focuses on innovation and change through three interconnecting themes: innovation and work practices, innovation and strategic change, and new organisational forms. One taught module is provided in each of these areas. You also have the option to write a dissertation, take modules in research methods, and take taught electives. The degree offers a route to the PhD or to a research-oriented career.

Type:MPhil(Full-Time) Tuition:£36,200
Duration:9 Months Start Month: October

Application Fee: £50.00

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MPhil in Land Economy Research

Details Tuition: £33,150 Start Month: October
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MPhil in Land Economy Research

Programme Description:

This course combines taught elements and research methods training with a significant level of independent research. Students admitted to this course will be those who have a strong background in Land Economy related subjects and who may already have some research experience. They will normally be those aspiring to and who have good prospects of proceeding to the PhD prior to an academic career. Candidates study two modules chosen from a list of options taught by the Department of Land Economy. They are also required to attend the Social Sciences Research Methods Centre (SSRMC) Training programme (formerly JSSS), which is compulsory, and to complete a 20,000 word dissertation, supervised by one of the academic staff within the department. The dissertation will review the literature and develop research hypotheses, and possibly involve some preliminary data collection and analysis. The SSRMC programme is described on their website. Candidates must take six SSRMC core modules and undertake a research methods essay as part of this programme. It is anticipated that the research training provided by the SSRMC plus the dissertation (20,000 words) and the choice of specialised modules from the other Land Economy MPhils will provide the necessary and sufficient background for commencing PhD research.

Type:MPhil(Full-Time) Tuition:£33,150
Duration:10 Months Start Month: October

Application Fee: £50.00

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MPhil in Real Estate Finance

Details Tuition: £36,750 Start Month: September
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MPhil in Real Estate Finance

Programme Description:

This specialist course aims to provide you with training in the key areas of finance and economics with options in planning and law as they relate to real estate markets. Candidates study a total of eight modules, some of which are compulsory, and submit a 12,000 word dissertation.

Type:MPhil(Full-Time) Tuition:£36,750
Duration:10 Months Start Month: September

Application Fee: £50.00

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MPhil in Technology Policy

Details Tuition: £37,200 Start Month: September
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MPhil in Technology Policy

Programme Description:

The course is a professional practice Master’s course. It offers a structured programme of core modules in technology policy and management introduces you to key concepts and tools, interspersed with case materials on policy issues in a wide variety of technology rich sectors (ICT, transport, energy, logistics, etc). You also choose electives from an extensive list of options including specialist engineering and management modules as well as cross-disciplinary electives tailored for students on the programme. Students can undertake a Final Group Project for a client at a major public or private sector technology organisation or conduct their own individual final research project. The Final Group Project report will be of not more than 12,000 words in length, including diagrams and footnotes, but excluding bibliography and appendices on a subject approved by the Degree Committee.

Type:MPhil(Full-Time) Tuition:£37,200
Duration:9 Months Start Month: September

Application Fee: £50.00

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