In the Bachelor's program in Economics you will study how people, firms and governments make certain decisions (microeconomics) and how these decisions affect the economy as a whole (macroeconomics). You will learn how to use economic models to study and forecast changes in the local and global economic landscape.
Times Higher Education Subject Ranking, 2019
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Victor Digues LacerdaBachelor student
"The way we tackle and understand economic issues is constantly changing. The university sits at the top of this revolution, enabling students with the tools necessary to drive this change and enabling them with a better way of understanding society in the 21st century."
"I am interested in how the economy works and what mechanisms explain the phenomena we hear about in the news."
"The design of the Economics program enabled me to discover the specific field that I really want to engage in later in my master study and career life."
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Are you and Economics a match?
- Do you like using economic models to better understand the world around you?
- Are you interested in what motivates much of the decisions people, companies and governments make?
- Are you not afraid of some math?