Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Economics 36 months Undergraduate Program By University of Otago |Top Universities
Subject Ranking

# 251-300QS Subject Rankings

Program Duration

36 monthsProgram duration

Tuitionfee

33,837 NZDTuition Fee/year

Application Deadline

15 Nov, 2023Application Deadline

Program overview

Main Subject

Economics and Econometrics

Degree

BA

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

On Campus

Economics is about choice and is at the heart of decision making. Governments, businesses and individuals are all faced with making choices in situations where resources are scarce. Not just a subject, but a way of thinking, Economics applies to business, finance, administration, law, local and national government, and most aspects of everyday life. It provides a logical way of looking at a variety of issues. Economics examines topics important to human well-being such as unemployment, economic growth, inflation, poverty, distribution of income, and resource allocation in areas such as education, health, business and the environment. Economics is an exciting, dynamic, contemporary field. Economics affects everyone and applies to a range of disciplines including business, politics, history, law, health sciences and biotechnology. It deals with unemployment, economic growth, inflation, poverty, income, resource allocation, the environment, and international trade. You name the field, Economics plays a part. Studying Economics teaches you how to examine people’s ideas and come to your own soundly-based conclusions. No matter what career you’re aspiring to, you will find Economics invaluable.

Program overview

Main Subject

Economics and Econometrics

Degree

BA

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

On Campus

Economics is about choice and is at the heart of decision making. Governments, businesses and individuals are all faced with making choices in situations where resources are scarce. Not just a subject, but a way of thinking, Economics applies to business, finance, administration, law, local and national government, and most aspects of everyday life. It provides a logical way of looking at a variety of issues. Economics examines topics important to human well-being such as unemployment, economic growth, inflation, poverty, distribution of income, and resource allocation in areas such as education, health, business and the environment. Economics is an exciting, dynamic, contemporary field. Economics affects everyone and applies to a range of disciplines including business, politics, history, law, health sciences and biotechnology. It deals with unemployment, economic growth, inflation, poverty, income, resource allocation, the environment, and international trade. You name the field, Economics plays a part. Studying Economics teaches you how to examine people’s ideas and come to your own soundly-based conclusions. No matter what career you’re aspiring to, you will find Economics invaluable.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

50+
12+
176+
6+
1190+
74+
24+
80+
GCE A Levels must normally achieve at least 3 A Level passes with at least one grade at level C or above to be considered for admission at entrance level.
15 Nov 2023
3 Years
Feb
Jul

Tuition fee and scholarships

Domestic Students

6,367 NZD
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International Students

33,837 NZD
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