Information for prospective students

At undergraduate level, the Department of Economics offers the BSc Economics (L100); the BSc Economics with a Year Abroad (L101) degree programmes and BSc Economics with a Placement Year (L102).

L100 BSc Economics
L101 BSc Economics with a year abroad
L102 BSc Economics with a placement year

Joint degrees

UCL also offers a number of joint degrees which are run by other departments. These programmes are listed below and you can access the relevant section of the Undergraduate Prospectus by clicking on the programme name.

Economics and Business with East European Studies (L1R7/L1RR)
Run by the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES)
Email: l.walters@ucl.ac.uk
Mathematics with Economics (G1LC/G1L1)
Run by the Mathematics Department
Email: admissions@math.ucl.ac.uk
Economics and Geography (LL17)
Run by the Geography Department
Email: geog.office@ucl.ac.uk
Statistics, Economics and Finance (GLN0)
Run by the Statistical Science Department
Email: undergraduate-admissions@ucl.ac.uk
European Social and Political Studies (R990)
Run by the ESPS Department
Email: tessa.robinson@ucl.ac.uk
Statistics, Economics and Language (GLR0)
Run by the Statistical Science Department
Email: undergraduate-admissions@ucl.ac.uk
Philosophy and Economics (VL51)
Run by the Philosophy Department
Email: h.pascoe@ucl.ac.uk
Economics and Statistics (LG13)
Run by the Statistical Science Department
Email: undergraduate.admissions@ucl.ac.uk
Philosophy, Politics and Economics (4V86)
Run by the Political Science Department.
Email: polsci.admissions@ucl.ac.uk

New Bursary available in 2018/19

The Ian and Kate El-Mokadem Bursary has been established to support a UK-domiciled student; studying on an undergraduate 3-year Economics degree starting in  the 2018/19 academic year.  The degree programme can be Economics alone, or can be a joint programme with another department as along as it is anchored in Economics.

The total value of the award each year is £25,000 (i.e. £75,000 will be awarded across the three years of the course) and is intended to cover both tuition fees and living costs for the duration of the 3-year degree.  Full criteria.