This degree will give you a solid grounding in economic theory, as well as training in quantitative subjects. You will also have the opportunity to gain subject-specific knowledge of the behaviour and practice of banks, international regulation and finance, and the place of financial systems in microeconomics. You will study micro and macroeconomics, global banking and finance, economic history, and monetary economics. Other subjects include applied econometrics and quantitative methods. You will also undertake a project in economics and international business. You will have the opportunity to train to use OANDA trading platforms and online journals and databases including ORBIS, Thomson One, Datastream and FDI Markets. Thomson Reuters Certification is available for Datastream, so you can prove your level of proficiency to future employers. Our economics programmes were ranked first in London and top 10 in the UK for student satisfaction in the Complete University Guide 2017 league table. What careers could I pursue? Graduates in economics with banking can pursue a range of entry-level jobs in banking, finance, insurance, stock markets, sales and marketing. You may begin your career with government enterprises, public undertakings, investment firms, commercial management or research.