This programme provides a thorough grounding in economic theory and analysis as well as good knowledge of econometrics and quantitative techniques, alongside the opportunity to pursue interests and to develop expertise in the economics of developing countries as well as the economics of particular regions. Burmese is related to Tibetan and is an important language in the study of Theravada Buddhism as well as many other fields of cultural and social'scientific work.
Economics Years 1: Introduction to economic analysis; introduction to quantitative methods for economists (for those without A level mathematics or equivalent); quantitative methods for economists (for those with A level mathematics grade A or B or equivalent); comparative growth in Asia and Africa. Year 2: Intermediate economic analysis; econometrics; quantitative methods for economists; quantitative methods for economists; economics of developing countries 1; banking and finance in economic development; foreign trade and development. Year 3: Advanced economic analysis; applied econometrics; economic development of Africa; economic development of South Asia; economic development of South'East Asia; economic development of Japan since 1868; economic development of modern China; economic development of the modern Middle East; economics of developing countries 2; independent study project in economics. Burmese Burmese language 1; Introduction to south east Asia; south east Asia on film; Burmese language 2.
|Duration & Attendance||Qualification||Tuition fees|
|BA (Hons)||£9,000 Academic year. First year home fees|
- GCE A-level AAB-AAA
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