The course establishes a close relationship between politics and economics and helps you gain practical and theoretical knowledge of these subjects.
You will examine how political and economic factors enter into public and private decision-making. You will also develop quantitative and computing skills in economics and an understanding of micro- and macro-economic principles and of advanced macroeconomics.
Entry Requirement: Year 12 equivalent
Course Duration: 3/4 years
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When Brunel was awarded its Royal Charter in 1966 we were given a distinct purpose and an incredible opportunity. The campus was to be the home of technological education, championing innovation and advancement, and giving the UK the knowledge base it needed to compete on the international stage.