This course provides an introduction to monetary and financial policymaking, and hands-on data analysis with applications relevant to monetary and financial institutions.

It is designed for students intending to prepare for an active career in a central bank or a regulatory authority overseeing financial markets and institutions.

Teaching is conducted by economists with substantial experience working with central banks, regulators and other financial institutions. Core modules cover consumer and firm behaviour, and the macroeconomic context for policymaking. This course can be studied over one year full-time.

Academic Entry Requirements:
2:1 (or international equivalent) with significant economics content.

Language Requirements:
IELTS 6.5 (no less than 6.0 in any element).

Masters scholarships are available for international and EU students from a wide variety of countries and areas of study. For country-specific information, see our website.

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School of Economics
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