BA (Hons) International Business Economics
Year one (preliminary year) N.B. This year is not compulsory for students with appropriate qualifications for year two entry.
The preliminary year comprises a special programme of English for Academic Purposes designed by staff from the highly experienced Centre for English Language Education at the University of Nottingham. This is carefully integrated with the study programmes offered by each academic division so as to prepare students fully for years two to four of the degree.
Year two (qualifying year)
In the qualifying year, students are introduced to the microeconomics of firms, markets and corporate strategy; and macroeconomics. Also in the qualifying year, students have to take core modules in business computing, organisational behaviour and quantitative methods. In aggregate, the qualifying year thereby prepares students with the background required for the advanced study of the economics of firms, industries and organisations, advanced quantitative methods and econometrics.
All credits of language modules selected must be within the same language. Students may only choose a language in which they have no prior experience.
Year two modules
Year three (Part I) and Year four (Part II)
In Parts I and II of the degree core modules are taken in the economics of pricing and decisions, the economics of organisations, industrial economics, quantitative methods (including) econometrics, corporate restructuring, the economics of regulation and public choice. Across the degree, in addition to the core modules, students have an opportunity to take optional modules either within or outside of the Business School.
Year three modules
Year four modules
For more information about your opportunities to study abroad in these years, please see the information about student exchange programmes on our website.
Full programme EB01 specification