What is Economics, and what are the career prospects?
Economics is a branch of social science that studies the allocation of resources by individuals, businesses and governments to satisfy their needs and wants. Graduates with a degree in economics can work in fields such as finance, banking, public policy, consulting, and academia as economists, financial analysts, consultants, researchers and policy advisors.
What are the eligibility criteria to apply for the School of Economics at UNM?
Do economics universities in Malaysia offer internship opportunities for students?
Yes, some universities require students to undertake an internship as part of the course requirement. Students can also look for internship opportunities on their own to hone their skills and experience.
What are the study abroad opportunities available for students in the School of Economics?
Students at UNM can apply to spend some of their degree programme time at our campuses in the UK or China.
What are the academic support services available to students at UNM’s School of Economics?
Students will have access to tutoring, academic and career advising, and study groups to help them achieve academic success. We also have a fully equipped library with a wide range of books, reading materials, and journals to aid their learning.
What are the extracurricular activities available to students at UNM’s School of Economics?
Extracurricular activities available typically include student clubs, workshops, community service opportunities and talks by guest lecturers that provide a well-rounded educational experience. Students will also be able to take part in events organised by the university.