Registration information for non-economics students in other departments.
Elective module portfolio
The following modules are open to non-economics students in other departments:
- ECON0008: History of Economic Thought (Term 1);
- ECON0011: Basic Microeconomic Concepts (Term 2);
- ECON0044: An Introduction to Applied Economic Analysis (Term 1).
To register for one of the above modules, refer to the UCL Module Catalogue, and then log on to PORTICO and select the module you wish to take. Places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis by date in PORTICO.
As spaces on some modules are quite limited, registration is not guaranteed. If successful you will receive notification via PORTICO so you should check your account regularly.
The first two modules in the list have no prerequisites but students should note that for ECON0011 some mathematics is involved so a pass at A-level (or equivalent) is advantageous.
For any module you select you will be allocated to a compulsory tutorial class which will appear in your online personal timetable.
If you need any academic assistance or are unsure whether you meet the requirements then you should contact Dr Frank Witte Departmental Tutor.
Inter-departmental degree students
Inter-departmental degree students should refer to the relevant programme requirements and degree structure and seek advice from their parent department.
Affiliate students from other departments are advised to take a look at the Affiliate FAQs and add any module(s) from the list above to their PORTICO selection. If ECON0011 is selected please send a copy of your most recent transcript to firstname.lastname@example.org to show how you meet the prerequisites.