Title - Bachelor's Degree in Economics
Presentation - Bachelor's Degree in Economics
Economics as a social science studies the production, exchange, distribution and consumption of goods and services. Economics studies a complex and exciting reality, in which numerous agents interact. For this reason, it is interdisciplinary in nature, and its models include theories related to History, Law, Management, Business, etc.
The Bachelor's Degree in Economics aims to train professionals capable of analysing, understanding and acting on the complex economic reality, at a local, national or international level. The syllabus places special emphasis on knowledge of the economic reality and the instruments to act on it, on the logic of individual and collective economic behaviour, and also on the mastery of mathematical-statistical tools for the preparation of diagnostic studies.
In the fourth year, you will also be able to have direct contact with companies and organisations in which you will later develop your professional career through voluntary external internships.
Social Sciences and Law
Number of credits
240 ECTS credits
Basque, English, Spanish
Price per credit in first registration
8,163 in ordinary exam session (2023/24)
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Reasons - Bachelor's Degree in Economics
4 reasons to choose this degree
- You will have an overview of the economy, both international and local.
- You will apply what you have learned in voluntary internships in companies with a strong presence in the CAV.
- You will be able to design your training almost personalized by choosing from more than 20 electives from all fields.
- You will have the opportunity to complete your training with internships in universities in Europe, Canada, Latin America, USA, Asia...
Profil - Bachelor's Degree in Economics
If you are interested in economics and everything that surrounds it, both politics and social issues, you have a capacity for reflection and analysis, you like mathematics and languages, mainly English, and you are also a person with social skills for communication, your place is in the Bachelor’s Degree in Economics.
There are many career opportunities for graduates in Economics, both in the private and public sectors: companies, banks or consulting firms, international organizations (such as the OECD, the European Bank and the European Commission) and public administrations. In addition, the training received enables graduates to start their own business.