There's much more to economics than you might think. With a Bachelor of Arts (Economics) at Massey, you will look at:
Economics is concerned with how to allocate scarce resources with competing outcomes.
You’ll get a good understanding of the implications of the choices made.
A BA (Economics) degree from Massey will help you in your decision-making.
It will also help you better understand developments in the economy and society in general.
It offers ways of thinking about the world that enable you to make the best of what you have and improve on it.
Massey's Bachelor of Arts (Economics) gives you flexibility in the subjects you study.
You will gain a strong grounding in the core elements of micro- and macro-economics.
You will build on this by choosing from a selection of other subjects (electives), including:
Massey's economics program has been acknowledged by employers for its quality and content.
When you complete your degree, you can join the university graduates with jobs in prestigious organizations in New Zealand and around the world.
University graduates are sought-after by major public and private sector employers.
|Cost of living||1 person||$7,344|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$7,160|
Improve your English language skills without taking an IELTS test. You could get direct entry to a Massey degree with the university's English for Academic Purposes (EAP) courses.
|English Test||English for Academic Purposes 1||English for Academic Purposes 2|
|English Entry||IELTS||5.0 overall (all bands 4.5 or above)||5.5 overall (all bands 5.0 or above)|
|iBT TOEFL||40 overall (3 in reading & listening, 13 in speaking & writing)||50 overall (5 in reading & listening, 15 in speaking & writing)|
|PTE||38 overall||46 overall|
|EAP1||10 weeks||Foundation Studies – entry requirement equivalent to IELTS 5.5 overall|
|EAP2||10 weeks||Direct entry into University - entry requirement equivalent to IELTS 6.0 to 7.0 overall|
To be admitted to an undergraduate qualification, applicants will need a minimum level of academic achievement from school, or another university or tertiary institution.
The specific level depends on which country or region of the world they are from.
If you don't have the skills or qualifications you need to be accepted into your chosen study, you can do foundation qualifications.
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