Course in Economics in South West England in United Kingdom

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Economics and administration is a hybrid field in which professionals are trained in both macro and micro economics. Analysis of history and understanding economic principles, along with knowledge of finance, public policy and business topics arm experts in making short and long term recommendations.

 

UK, United Kingdom is more than 300 years old and comprises four constituent nations: England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. The UK has been a centre of learning for the past 1,000 years and possesses many ancient and distinguished universities. Foreign students make up a significant proportion of the student body at UK universities.

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Leadership Training and Development in USA or Canada or UK (Age 14 to 18)

Kingdom Education
Campus Full time Part time July 2017 United Kingdom Cambridge Westminster Durham Saint Andrews + 3 more

This course is for you if you feel that you have the potential to be a leader – or perhaps if others feel it, but you haven’t noticed it yet. We’ll show you some of the skills that you need, and how you can develop these, even if you’re not full of self-confidence just yet. By the end of the course, you’ll notice the difference! [+]

Course Studies in Economics in South West England in United Kingdom. Leadership Training and Development in USA or Canada or UK (Age 14 to 18) This course is for you if you feel that you have the potential to be a leader – or perhaps if others feel it, but you haven’t noticed it yet. We’ll show you some of the skills that you need, and how you can develop these, even if you’re not full of self-confidence just yet. By the end of the course, you’ll notice the difference! Leadership and management: You’ll start by considering the variety of leadership roles people take on, and look at the link with management – which is not the same as leadership, though there are important connections. Personality types: Here you’ll find out more about the way personality types are classified, and the implications of these for leadership – and the perhaps surprising fact that many different types of person can succeed in certain leadership roles. Leadership styles: Through a study of some of the great leaders of the past, you’ll identify different styles, and see how people have used their talents and circumstances to achieve prominence and success. Leadership and teamwork: Leadership implies working with others. What are the skills you need to create, and be part of, a great team? Persuasion and negotiation: If people are to follow your lead you need to get them on your side. But sometimes you have to compromise, and even admit that you may... [-]

Economics, A Level

Richard Huish College
Campus Full time 2 years August 2017 United Kingdom Taunton

It is an exciting time to study Economics. If you are concerned with global issues of trade or climate, the collapse of world stock markets and the future of business then Economics is for you. [+]

Economics A Level Full-time Examining Board: OCR It is an exciting time to study Economics. If you are concerned with global issues of trade or climate, the collapse of world stock markets and the future of business then Economics is for you. You will study a range of issues at a personal, local, national and international level. Here are some of the topics we cover: Markets in action The National and International Economy The Global Economy Transport Economics Economics is one of the top ten choices at university and in the top four for starting salaries after graduation. Students who complete Economics in the main go onto university. Twenty percent who finished college this year chose an Economics course or a related subject. Each year there are students who go to Oxford or Cambridge to study PPE, Economics and Management or Maths and Economics. Economics supports a wide range of courses including Law, International Relations, Finance and Politics. This A Level course is only offered as a two year programme. There is an openness to opinion and questioning. We are allowed to question the theory. A Level Economics student To do this course you need the following: Standard college entry requirements: 5 GCSEs at grade C or above, including Maths and English Language [-]