Bachelor (Business Economics)
By incorporating valuable skills from business disciplines in finance, accounting or management, graduates with a major in Business Economics will enhance their work-readiness and ability to engage and connect with the wider world.Why study Business Economics at UC?
- UC is the only New Zealand university to offer a pathway that combines Economics with at least one other commerce discipline in a formal major.
- The Business Economics major combines knowledge of an academically rigorous discipline with skills that equip graduates to be work-ready. For example, the third-year capstone course ECON310 Economic Thinking for Business has a strong community engagement emphasis. It looks at the application of economics with regard to incentives, opportunity cost, and constrained optimisation to actual business and real world problems. This sort of learning ensures that graduates can demonstrate the use of skills that employers demand and value.
- Students majoring in Business Economics can also take advantage of the Economics and Finance internship courses to further their work-ready skills in real businesses.
Scholarship Grants & Financial Aids
|Name||Amount||International Students Eligible||Application Deadline|
|UC International First Year Scholarship||Variable||Yes||Apr 15, 2020|
|Eamon Molloy Memorial Scholarship||₹698686.56||Yes||Feb 28, 2021|
|Forktip Women’s- Innovation Scholarship||Variable||Yes||Aug 30, 2020|
|VueVille Future Technology Scholarship||₹74360||Yes||Sep 30, 2020|
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Course Curriculum :
The tools and the rigor topics of Economics were included in my course curriculum. I was also required to indulge in a broad range of analytical and business skills and took the course that applied economic reasoning. Since the focus of the course was on managerial economics and informed decision making I was able to understand the things better.
My fee structure for the first year was somewhere around $27,000.