Economics

Program description

Economics is a way of understanding the behaviour of people, firms, and governments. Economics explores how function and develop our societies and communities.

It studies the ways in which businesses are structured and compete, as well as the ways in which people adopt decisions.

  • Program duration: 8 semesters

  • Credits: 148 Credits

  • Tuition fee: 13,500,000 per semester

  • Scholarships: academic excellence (see Scholarships)

  • Admission requirements: Math (at least 40%), IELTS 5.5 or above (see Admission)

  • Transfer: application-based (see Transition to AU )

Program Content

The courses are supported with tutorials and labs, in which students profit from intensive mentorship.

  • Finance: Financial Accounting, Principles of Finance.

  • Econometrics

  • English: Business English Writing,

  • Mathematics: Calculus in Management Sciences, Statistcs

  • Electives.

Career perspectives

Graduates of Economics can work in various positions, including

  • Economist

  • Financial risk Analyst

  • Data Analyst

  • Financial Planner

  • Economic Researcher

  • Investment Analyst

  • etc.