Undergraduate Courses

Economics and Management

There are obvious connections between the two disciplines of Economics and Management. This course allows students to develop their understanding of both fields, and to appreciate the links between the two.

There are obvious connections between the two disciplines of Economics and Management. This course allows students to develop their understanding of both fields, and to appreciate the links between the two. You will study issues of fundamental importance for the real world, such as how the economy and organisations work, how to best think about the allocation of resources and how to coordinate individuals' actions, be it at the firm level or across the economy. Economics and Management are ideal intellectual partners, each particularly fitted to strengthen and cross-fertilise the other. The course provides an excellent preparation for a range of careers in banking and finance, consultancy, research, journalism, industry, the Civil Service and teaching as well as a wide range of other sectors.

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The course at St Peter's

The College admits around six students per year in Economics and Management. For more information about teaching provision at St Peter's see the individual course pages for Economics and Management.

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