Governments have a key role in affecting how economies behave and perform, and are often driven by political motives and ideology. These influences work on an international scale. This course equips you to for a range of careers in government and both national and international policy making institutions. It enables you to understand how today’s globalised economy is shaped by important factors such as international relations, the role of national and international institutions (such as the IMF, WTO and the EU), politics and the legal system, whilst gaining an understanding of the core aspects of economics. This highly flexible course has a wide range of optional modules to enable to tailor your degree towards your interests and career aspirations.