Students will be able to debate and discuss economic issues with renowned academics such as Ken Binmore, CBE, Andrew Oswald and Marcus Miller. Intermediate Courses for Economics undergraduates These courses aim to deepen students’ understanding in core
- Coventry, United Kingdom
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- Study Abroad
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- Program Description:
- Recognised as a world leader in economic research and education (ranked 21st is the QS world rankings and No 1 in The Times and Sunday Times), the Department of Economics has launched it's 2015 Summer School to enable more students to benefit from our excellent teaching and academic expertise and experience the UK. Whether you want to boost your core knowledge, or are looking for something a bit more specialised, we have a course that is right for you. Our Summer School caters for everyone, with the Principles of Economics aimed at people who do not have an economics background.
Students will be able to debate and discuss economic issues with renowned academics such as Ken Binmore, CBE, Andrew Oswald and Marcus Miller. Intermediate Courses for Economics undergraduates These courses aim to deepen students’ understanding in core areas of Economics and will reflect the highest standards of Warwick learning. • Intermediate Econometrics • Intermediate Microeconomics • Intermediate Macroeconomics Specialist Courses for Economics undergraduates and postgraduates Our specialist courses are taught by our world-leading academics and will provide a thorough grounding in many exciting areas of economics. • Behavioural Economics • Game Theory • International Development • Money and Banking Principles of Economics for Non Economists Taught in a non-technical way, this course aims to the fundamental principles of Economics to anyone curious about Economics. But that is not all. Reflecting Warwick’s enterprising approach, our Summer School also offers a unique evening programme of interactive sessions with eminent economists and public figures. Amongst these, award-winning American entrepreneur, Julie Meyer and Economic Historian, Nicholas Crafts, CBE will share their insights and experiences with students. In addition there are social trips and dinners including Stratford Upon Avon, birthplace of Shakespeare, London and Oxford. The social programme also includes sports tournaments, afternoon tea with the Head of Department, gala dinner and quiz night.
Outstanding teaching and option to transfer credit Superb social programme Inspirational evening speakers Beautiful campus environment
- Setting Description:
- The University of Warwick sits in the heart of England, easily accessible by rail or car. Centrally located on the border of the West Midlands and Warwickshire, there is easy access to the major cities of Coventry which is just 3 miles away and Birmingham, the UK’s official 2nd city and to the beautiful historic towns of Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick, Kenilworth and Royal Leamington Spa. The campus is set in nearly 750 acres of natural countryside in which you can relax and escape from the buzz of campus.
- £1800 for the programme which includes the full social programme plus accommodation costs which vary from £420-£1330 for a basic room only package to a dinner, bed and breakfast residential package. there are discounts for early booking, loyalty bookings and groups including free teacher places.
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