Our Economics A level course will equip you to apply key economic concepts to real-world issues, such as housing, health, education, transport, pollution and agriculture. You will study how nations use the scarce resource available to produce goods and services while exploring the role of Governments in these choices. You will also have the chance to look at why particular policies are pursued in the fields of trade, exchange rates, interest rates, taxation, unemployment, inflation and the Developing World.
Graduates leave with good numeracy skills, the ability to interpret and analyse data and equipped to write clearly, concisely and logically.
Economics combines well with a range of subjects including Mathematics, History, Geography and modern languages. It is also seen by universities as an academic subject and is especially useful for those who are thinking of undertaking a Geography, Finance, Business or Economics degree.