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The BSc Economics and Finance of the University of London International Programmes has been designed by the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), which provides the academic direction.
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) provides academic direction for this programme. LSE is regarded as an international centre of academic excellence and innovation in the social sciences. It is an institution renowned for focusing on ‘real world’ issues.
Graduates of this degree gain insights on the general framework of capital and financial markets in which companies operate and the methodological tools used for establishing and monitoring the functioning of the globalized operation.
DEI College is a Registered Centre in Greece for this University of London undergraduate programme. This means that in the considered view of the University of London it demonstrates commitment to developing high standards in respect of teaching, support to students and administrative processes.
This degree has been designed to provide the economic reasoning, quantitative skills and institutional knowledge required by financial economists to solve practical problems arising in finance. These skills should make graduates highly suited for further studies as well as for a career in investment banking or in financial markets. This degree offers you the opportunity to combine in-depth studies in economics and finance. It provides you with the analytical tools from the fields of mathematics, statistics, economics and econometrics together with the institutional knowledge required to work as a financial economist.
The BSc degree consists of twelve courses and may be completed in 3 years.
This degree would suit you if you are hoping to pursue a career as a financial economist, whether in government or finance (investment or commercial banking, risk management, research, fund management or securities trading). The combination of economic reasoning and mathematical and other quantitative skills acquired should suit those interested in a career in consultancy, general management or accountancy. It also provides a sound basis for further academic study.