Preparatory Year in Economics

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Students who begin a preparatory year are preparing for the first year of higher education at university. Language courses and undergraduate-level courses that lay a foundation for further learning are many times part of the year.

What is a preparatory year in economics? Students take a general group of courses, including languages, to increase the chances of passing entrance exams. In economics, great emphasis is placed on both introductory math courses and language courses. They prepare the student for further study in fields including economics and business economics. Academic writing and expression in speech are also emphasized in some courses. These courses focus on the four major language skills, which are speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Counselors in such programs can provide beneficial information on the exact requirements to pass future entrance exams.

Studying in a preparatory year for business subjects such as economics has great benefits. Added communication skills make entrance exams less stressful and can broaden opportunities in your future career.

Costs are different among schools that offer this degree. Students interested in further economic studies should spend time understanding the full cost for each potential program.

Students who choose to start this program have a number of career options available to them. Such positions might include business economist, government economist, university professor, and positions with international lending organizations or think tanks. Higher-level positions are competitive and generally require more advanced education and experience. Economics students study demand theory and estimation, production and cost theory, analysis of market structure, antitrust policy and capital budgeting, among other subjects.

People who live in locations around the globe have more options today than in the past. Students can access online classes from remote areas, and many international options exist in numerous programs. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

 

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Preparatory Year

Higher School of Economics
Campus Full time 32 weeks October 2017 Russia Moscow United Kingdom London Canterbury Nizhny Novgorod St. Petersburg + 5 more

Russian language training for international students seeking to enter Russian-taught bachelor's and master's programs. [+]

For international students who want to study in Russian-taught bachelor’s or master’s programs but have limited or no prior knowledge of the language, Preparatory Year provides intensive training.

After covering the foundations of Russian, the program is divided into tracks devoted to humanities, economics, and technology and engineering. On successfully completing Preparatory Year, students can apply for full-tuition scholarships to HSE’s Russian-taught programs.

Duration: October 2016 - June 2017 (32 weeks)

Deadline: August 15, 2016

Fee: 135,000 rubles

Students who complete the program possess: Sufficient Russian language proficiency to study in their chosen undergraduate or graduate program and the ability to communicate in professional and social situations ... [-]

Economics A Level

Exeter College
Campus Full time 2 years August 2017 United Kingdom Exeter

Economics relates to every aspect of our lives, from the decisions we make as individuals to the policies of governments and firms. Develop an economic understanding and you gain a deeper understanding of the world around us that is as valuable as it is interesting. [+]

What is it like to study this course and how will I be assessed? Economics relates to every aspect of our lives, from the decisions we make as individuals to the policies of governments and firms. Develop an economic understanding and you gain a deeper understanding of the world around us that is as valuable as it is interesting. Economics has connections to many other subjects such as politics, geography, history, psychology and statistics. In order to meet the needs of individual students the course is taught through a mixture of lectures, discussions, active lessons, presentations, case studies, videos, guided self studies, and the use of the college portal and internet. Course assessment is through short tests, objective test questions, essays, and case studies. Final assessment is through external examinations; there is no coursework. What topics will I study? At AS Level you will discover the fundamentals of the economic problem. Why we make the choices we make and the impact of our choices. You will gain an understanding of many of today’s front page news items such as issues regarding the Eurozone, the double dip recession, and taxes on Cornish pasties! In Unit 1, we look at specific markets and you will discover how demand and supply governs everything that you do! In Unit 2, we look at the external environment and how things such as inflation, growth, unemployment and foreign trade affect us all. AS Modules: Unit 1 – The Operation of Markets and Market Failure Unit 2... [-]

Economics - Doctors (Preparatory Courses for University Study)

The Institute for Language and Preparatory Studies, Charles University in Prague (ILPS CU)
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Czech Republic Prague

The one-year course prepares students who have already received a university degree in their country and would like to continue in a doctoral programme at a university in the Czech Republic to be awarded, after successful completion, the title of Ph.D. [+]

Best Course Studies in Economics 2017. The one-year course prepares students who have already received a university degree in their country and would like to continue in a doctoral programme at a university in the Czech Republic to be awarded, after successful completion, the title of Ph.D. The course is open to students who have been granted a scholarship by the Czech Republic government and self-paying students. Information regarding scholarships and necessary documents and other requirements may be obtained at authorized representatives of the Czech Republic (at your local Czech Embassy or Consulate). Requirements are: - A title for the project on which you would like to work - Declaration of Specialization - Submission of a copy of your university diploma and exam results - All documents must be in Czech or English up Course organization The preparatory course is divided into two semesters. The winter semester begins approximately mid-September with a two-week intensive course of Czech. The lessons are assigned to students according to the date of their arrival. In October students are split into different classes according to their specialization. During the winter semester, Czech language classes focus primarily on acquiring knowledge of basic grammar rules as well as the four language skills (reading, writing, speaking and listening) as required by the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). Curriculum is supplemented with English language lessons. The winter semester ends at the end of January. The first semester ends with Czech language semester exams. The summer semester starts at... [-]

Economics - Pre-Programme (Preparatory Courses for University Study)

The Institute for Language and Preparatory Studies, Charles University in Prague (ILPS CU)
Campus Full time 1 - 1 year September 2017 Czech Republic Prague

Would you like to study Economics at a Czech university in English? [+]

Would you like to study Economics at a Czech university in English? Apply for our Pre-Programme! The course will help you: - maximize your chance of entering the Faculty of your interest by teaching you the subjects (see below) knowledge of which is a prerequisite for passing the entrance exam. - give you essential basics in the Czech language; successful communication in this language is required for practical training in hospital during medical studies in the Czech Republic. - improve your command of English, and thereby boost the efficiency of your studies. Native speakers will have additional Czech language lessons instead. - adapt to the Czech life-style as well as in settling of all the necessary papers, permissions and other official documents required by the Czech administrative and legal bodies. [-]

Economics – Masters (Preparatory Courses for University Study)

The Institute for Language and Preparatory Studies, Charles University in Prague (ILPS CU)
Campus Full time 1 - 1 year September 2017 Czech Republic Prague

Do you have a Bachelor's degree and would like to continue studying an Economics subject in the Czech Republic? Register for one of our courses in Prague-Hostivar. [+]

Best Course Studies in Economics 2017. Do you have a Bachelor's degree and would like to continue studying an Economics subject in the Czech Republic? Register for one of our courses in Prague-Hostivar or Poděbrady! Students will study the Czech language intensively, before bringing in the specialist subject knowledge of Economics. Great emphasis is placed on specialist terminology and the ability to express oneself independently. In the summer semester students are able to attend lectures at selected universities. Prague-Hostivar Centre ATTENTION! IN THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2015/2016, ALL COURSES THAT HAVE BEEN TAUGHT AT THE PRAGUE-HLOUBĚTÍN CENTRE WILL BE MOVED TO THE PRAGUE-HOSTIVAŘ CENTRE! The major part of the winter semester is focused on learning Czech. Students will gain elememtary communication skills in Czech, and they will learn Czech grammar to an extent that will help them deal with day-to-day situations. Strong emphasis is placed on written productions and the ability to express ideas in Czech. In the fourth month of the course, students begin to learn terminology, for example, by close reading of technical texts, which is crucial for studying university/college programmes in the field of economics. The summer semester includes entrance exam preparatory seminar. As part of the seminar, students attend university/college lectures related to the programmes they apply to. Apart from mastering Czech, students will also take English lessons. Podebrady Centre The winter semester concludes with an end-of-semester exam, the summer semester concludes with the final exam. At the end of the course, students have the option of... [-]

Economics - Bachelors (Preparatory Courses for University Study)

The Institute for Language and Preparatory Studies, Charles University in Prague (ILPS CU)
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Czech Republic Prague

Preparatory courses for economics subjects take place in our centres in Prague-Hostivar and Poděbrady. Students will study the Czech language intensively, before bringing in the specialist subject knowledge which will be required [+]

Preparatory courses for economics subjects take place in our centres in Prague-Hostivar and Poděbrady. Students will study the Czech language intensively, before bringing in the specialist subject knowledge which will be required for the university entrance exams - English and Maths, and in Poděbrady also the basics of General Studies. Our courses are designed for candidates interested in the following subjects: - Economics - Management - International Relations - Finance and Accounting - Business Economics - Marketing Prague-Hostivar Centre ATTENTION! IN THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2015/2016, ALL COURSES THAT HAVE BEEN TAUGHT AT THE PRAGUE-HLOUBĚTÍN CENTRE WILL BE MOVED TO THE PRAGUE-HOSTIVAŘ CENTRE! The major part of the winter semester is focused on learning Czech. Students will gain elememtary communication skills in Czech, and they will learn Czech grammar to an extent that will help them deal with day-to-day situations. Strong emphasis is placed on written productions and the ability to express ideas in Czech. Students will become familiar with cultural facts about the Czech Republic. The summer semester is focused on learning technical Czech, for example, by close reading of economic texts, which is a crucial part of university/college studies in the field of economics. Apart from Czech courses, students will also take English lessons and Maths. Podebrady Centre The preparatory course is divided into two semesters. The winter semester begins in September with a two-week intensive course of Czech. The lessons are assigned to students according to the date of their arrival. Following these two weeks, students are split... [-]