Economics Student Profiles In 'economics' Economics Student Profiles Back to 'Undergraduate' Find out about studying an Economics course at the Birmingham Business School and about life on campus from both current and past students. Hear their experience's with the degrees and courses offered and what makes the University of Birmingham campus such an exceptional place to study. Jack Thompson, Economics BSc DescriptionWhen deciding which University to study economics, Birmingham seemed like the perfect choice. Not only was it a top ranking university with incredible employment prospects but the choice of modules available to economics students was really appealing. Sonia Rehman, Economics BSc DescriptionWhen I joined the University of Birmingham it was ranked 4th in the Guardian university league tables for BSc Economics and this was justified right from day 1. The programme offers a diverse range of modules from Microeconomics and Macroeconomics, to Econometric Theory and Game Theory. Olumide Aborisade, MSc Video Profile DescriptionVideo Profile - Olumide Aborisade discusses graduating from Birmingham Business School with an MSc in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics. Anique Buddhdev, Mathematical Economics & Statistics BSc DescriptionDuring my A levels I knew I wanted to study an Economics related degree but I also relished the statistics aspect of mathematics. Henceforth the University of Birmingham was the perfect choice for me, it is one of the few universities that have a degree which merges these two interests. Michael Timms, Economics BSc DescriptionI joined the University of Birmingham during a time of great change and uncertainty. With ever more competition for places throughout the UK, especially for prestigious courses such as Economics, my offer from Birmingham was a great achievement in itself. Chanel Sharp, Economics BSc with CEES DescriptionUnwilling to just study Economics as a sole subject, and with a keen interest in Russian history and culture, the decision to study Economics with Central and East European Studies was perhaps unexpected at first, but is the perfect fit for me. Displaying 1 to 6 of 11 Previous 1 2 Next What our students say Find out what undergraduate students and postgraduate students from other colleges, schools and departments think about the University of Birmingham and the city as a place to study and live.