From the price of milk to Britain’s much-debated membership of the European Union, few academic disciplines have as big an impact on our everyday lives as Economics. This course will shine a light on the theoretical side of this complex and often misunderstood subject, considering real-life applications in conjunction with the more practical disciplines of Finance and Accounting. Whether you want to improve your general knowledge or you’re considering a career in a related field, the course is a fascinating introduction to the subject.
On this course, you’ll look at key economic theory and how it is applied to a range of topics within microeconomics, macroeconomics and international economics. Covering models such as market structure, international trade, and exchange rates you’ll consider basic economic problems such as scarcity and choice and supply and demand. You’ll additionally consider current economic issues such as unemployment and the pros and cons of EU membership, approaching them from an intellectual perspective and engaging in debate with your fellow students.
With your new knowledge of economics in mind, you will then delve into the more practical disciplines of finance and accounting, considering the differences between the two and exploring the multiple career choices available within each.
Why take this course?
This course is aimed at gap year students, undergraduates and recent graduates aged between 19 and 25. It provides an enjoyable intellectual challenge with which to occupy part of your summer and will strengthen your knowledge and understanding of the world around you. In learning about economics, finance, and accounting, you’ll gain an insight into a number of possible career choices, as well as acquiring knowledge that will enhance your CV. What’s more, because debate is a central part of the teaching process at Oxford Royale Academy, you will develop transferable skills such as public speaking and the ability to analyse an argument, which will stand you in excellent stead either at university and or when applying for jobs.
Eligibility and Pre-requisites
Students on the Economics, Finance and Accounting programme:
- Must conform to our Age Policy.
- Must be fluent or near-fluent English language speakers – if you are unsure whether your English level is suitable for this programme, please contact our Registrations Team on email@example.com, and they will be able to assist you.
- Must be able to fulfil the basic requirements of the programme, in terms of attendance at lessons, meals and events. Please contact our Registrations Team for more detailed information.
- Should check the pre-requisites of each option they select before enrolling, to ensure they possess the necessary knowledge to benefit from the subject matter discussed in the classes.
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