|Universitetas:||University of St Andrews (Scotland)|
|Miestas, šalis:||St.Andrews, England|
|Studijų trukmė:||4 m.|
|Studijų kaina:||0 €|
This programme will involve study of Financial Economics at an advanced, research-led level in which students will gain an understanding of how knowledge is created, advanced and renewed. The programme will encourage in all students a desire to pursue learning with curiosity, integrity, tolerance and intellectual rigour.
- Ability to apply the principles of economics and a knowledge of the working of the economy to a range of problems and in a variety of contexts
- Ability to apply analytical skills to develop simplifying frameworks in order to study and understand the real world
- Ability to go on to further study at the graduate level in a top economic programme in the or abroad
- Ability to make use of statistical and econometric software in order to investigate real world issues
- Ability to construct a coherent argument or debate
- Ability to create a hypothesis and appreciation of how hypotheses relate to broader theories
- Ability to evaluate hypotheses, theories, methods and evidence within their proper contexts
- Ability to reason from the particular to the general
- Ability to solve complex problems by critical understanding, analysis and synthesis
- Clarity of expression
- Creativity and originality
- Curiosity and an enquiring mind
- Deductive reasoning
- Direct engagement with current research and developments in the subject
- Discipline specific technical abilities
- Independence of thought
- Quantitative and qualitative methods of analysis
- Identification of goals
- Planning and strategy
- Taking responsibility
- Objectives orientation; focus on goals
- Adaptability in response to developments and feedback
- Delivery of outcomes to time and scale demands
- Self motivation and independence
- Oral presentations
- Visual presentations
- Written material
- Team working
- Active engagement
- Collective responsibility
This is a four-year programme of study leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science (Honours). As with all St Andrews programmes, it is made up of credit bearing modules. Students must earn 480 credits over the duration of the programme, with 120 credits normally earned each academic year. Typically, the first two years of study include core modules specific to the programme as well as other modules chosen from a range of options (in some cases, including modules from a different Faculty). The remaining years offer advanced research-led learning through modules that provide a programme-specific curriculum.
Stojant į šį universitetą dėmesys yra kreipiamas į pažymius ir Brandos atestato vidurkį, kuris turi būti ne žemesnis kaip 9 + 3 valstybiniai egzaminai išlaikyti ne mažiau kaip 90%. Taigi, labai svarbu yra ne tik atitikti stojimo reikalavimus, bet ir turėti kuo geresnius pažymius!
- Pažymių išrašas - jei dar nesi baigęs mokyklos, būtina prisegti pažymių išrašą. Smulkesnę informaciją kaip pildyti išrašą ir kada jis reikalingas, rasi čia.
- Brandos atestatas – jei jau esi baigęs mokyklą, išrašo nereikia, užtenka prie Kastu stojimo anketos prisegti savo Brandos atestatą.
Svarbu, jog anglų kalbos testo rezultatai universitetą pasiektų iki Liepos 31d.
Anglų kalbos žinias gali patvirtinti vienu iš šių būdų:
- IELTS - 6.0
- TOEFL – 80
Distinctive features of this programme include a) its focus on the theory and practice of financial economics and b) the background of many of the teaching staff, who as well as being experienced academics, have extensive experience working for, or advising, a number of organisations such as the Council of Economic Advisers to the First Minister, the Bank of England, the European Central Bank (ECB), HM Customs and Inland Revenue and the Calman Commission. Students can expect to have the opportunity to engage with a number of specialist topics including for example advanced financial economic theory, experiments in economics, economics of innovation, globalization and international trade and law and economics.