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Study Abroad/JYA at SOAS

Economics

Courses that run across the full year are available to all visiting students - whether at SOAS for the full year, term 1 only or terms 2&3 only
Undergraduate Courses
Course TitleCourse CodeOther information
Advanced Economic Analysis153 400 108 
Banking and Finance 153 400 100 
Comparative Growth in Asia and Africa153 400 102 
Econometrics153 400 103only available to full year and term 1 only students
Economic Development of Africa153 400 101 
Economic Development of Japan since 1868153 400 013 
Economic Development of Modern China153 400 025 
Economic Development of the Modern Middle East153 400 031 
Economic Development of South Asia153 400 011 
Economic Development of South East Asia153 400 012 Not running in 2014/2015
Economics of Developing Countries (I)153 400 032 Not running in 2014/2015
Economics of Developing Countries (II)153 400 109 
International Economics153 400 106 
Intermediate Economic Analysis153 400 107 
Introduction to Economic Analysis153 400 003 
Introduction to Quantitative Methods for Economists153 400 120only available to full year students
Quantitative Methods for Economists153 400 121only available to full year students
Postgraduate Courses

For a full list of the postgraduate Economics courses please see here.

Please note that the following Economics courses are NOT open to associate students:

  • African Economic Development I and II (15PECC057 and 15PECC058)
  • Economic Development and Financial Systems (15PECC056)
  • Economic Development in South Asia a) the macroeconomy (15PECC060)
  • Economic Development in South Asia b) Major sectors and the International Economy (15PECC061)
  • Economic Issues of the Environment and Development (15PECC055)
  • Macroeconomic Theories and Techniques (15PECC062)
  • Microeconomic Theory and Techniques (15PECC054)
  • Quantitative Methods I and II
  • Research Methods I and II
  • Research Methods in Political Economy I and II (15PECC052 and 15PECC053)
  • Themes and Approaches in the Political Economy of Institutions (15PECC059)

Dissertations, independent study projects and extended essays are also not suitable for associate students.