In the School of Economics, you will be taught by academics whose research is actively making an impact on policy and practice. Our courses are current and exciting, informed by internationally renowned research.
Single honours courses
This degree develops the necessary analytical and quantitative skills for a wide range of careers in economics and beyond. A broad range of units gives you the opportunity to study varied areas including environmental, industrial, labour and international economics.
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BSc Economics and Econometrics
This course combines the study of economics and econometrics with a wide range of optional units offered from across the school.
BSc Economics and Finance
This course recognises the importance of statistical analysis in these two core disciplines, as well as the benefit of studying econometrics, the application of statistical methods to data to estimate economic models.
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Joint honours courses
BSc Economics and Accounting
This integrated degree in economics and accounting allows you to study both subjects to a high level.
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BSc Economics and Mathematics
BSc Economics and Mathematics combines the study of mathematics at a high level, with the study of economics, using mathematical tools including econometrics.
BSc Economics and Politics
This course combination offers an enriching experience with exciting intellectual challenges in two schools with strong reputations for teaching and research.
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BSc Philosophy and Economics
This course allows you to combine two historically interlinked disciplines to develop a breadth of skills across economics and philosophy.
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MSci Economics with Innovation
This course combines in depth subject specialism in economics with interdisciplinary breadth, creative teamwork and entrepreneurial skills.
BSc Economics and Management
We welcome students from across the world. Find out more about country-specific entry requirements, language support and other resources available to you.
International Foundation Programme
If you do not have the required level of English to apply for one of our courses, you can apply for our one-year International Foundation Programme. This will develop your skills to the level needed for one of our undergraduate courses. Completing the course guarantees you a conditional offer from the University of Bristol. Our programme is also recognised by other UK universities.
Foundation in Arts and Social Sciences (Cert HE)
Economics and Finance Pathway
This one-year course will introduce you to a range of study skills designed to prepare you for studying Economics at undergraduate level. Find out more about the Economics and Finance Pathway.
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Compare our full range of undergraduate courses, including the option to add an extra dimension to your degree by combining a study abroad or integrated Masters option.
BSc Economics at Bristol: Christian's Experience
“The driving force for change in the future.” BSc Economics student, Christian Pusterla.
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Bristol graduates are third most targeted by top employers (Graduate Market, 2022).
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Add another dimension to your degree by taking a year abroad at one of our partner institutions overseas.
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Applying to Bristol
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Applying economics to any part of life: My experience studying BSc Economics
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