1. Introduction to Economics at NCH
2. Why are some countries poor?
3. Who is responsible for global inequality?
4. Why is it so difficult to get vaccines to some countries?
Studying economics brings an understanding of how politics, culture and society operate, and at New College of The Humanities (NCH), students will have a focus on professional development to prepare for life after graduation. You can earn your combined honours degree with economics in an environment focused on comprehensive learning and academic challenges, right in the heart of London.
The Economics major at NCH has a three-pronged goal centered around thinking critically about economic theory, developing quantitative thinking skills and gaining an understanding of how geographic and social factors influence the larger economic infrastructures. You will augment your Economics major with a complementary minor subject, allowing personal interest to dictate your educational path.
New College of the Humanities
New College of the Humanities (or NCH) is a higher education institution based at St Katharine Docks in central London. It delivers undergraduate and masters degree courses and is partnered with Northeastern University based in Boston, Massachusetts, USA! The college is inspired by the liberal arts with courses that explore the intersection and increasing overlap between the humanities and technology. Over the last three years, NCH has outperformed the national average for student satisfaction, proving itself a worthy contemporary institution.