New College of the Humanities

Degree level: Undergraduate

Economics with Psychology

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Course summary

Summary Our Economics with Psychology BSc (Hons) will help you develop and apply wide-ranging analytical skills. Through your Economics major, you will develop quantitative thinking skills and study the structures which affect real-life governance decisions around the world. Your Psychology minor will complement these studies by exploring the cognitive and psychosocial areas of contemporary scientific psychology which inform how the human brain functions and how social factors influence larger economic infrastructures. This combined honours degree will give you the critical thinking and communication skills which are highly sought after in the graduate employment market, in public and private sectors such as policymaking, banking and finance and consulting. Teaching & Learning More information about the course can be found at: Where can this degree take you? As a new degree, the College is yet to have information about graduates of the Economics with Psychology BSc (Hons), however an NCH degree and Diploma can, quite literally, take you anywhere, and career paths of recent graduates of the Economics major include: Following summer internships at Eden McCallum and CIBC during his undergraduate degree, Charlie (2015) landed a graduate role as an Investment Banking Analyst at Deutsche Bank, based in Paris. He has now returned to London and is currently an Investment Banking Associate at Greenhill & Co. Sabrina (2015) took a summer internship at Shillings and landed a place at KCL in the Masters in Risk Analysis and a graduate Analyst role at Accenture. She is now a Consultant at BCS. Nick (2017) graduated with a job as Associate Consultant at OC&C Strategy Consultants. Valentin (BSc (Hons) Economics with Politics & International Relations, 2018) is now studying for her Masters in Mechanical Engineering at UCL. Charles (BSc (Hons) Economics with Philosophy, 2018) is a Consultant at Simon Kucher & Partners. Harry (BSc (Hons) Economics with Politics & International Relations, 2019) is currently an Assistant Economist at the Committee on Climate Change. Poppy (BSc (Hons) Economics with Politics & International Relations, 2019) is currently an English Teacher at Teach First. More information about the course can be found at:

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Points of entry

The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 1

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Entry requirements

Qualification requirements

If your qualification is not listed, further information about other qualifications we consider can be found at: Contextualised Admissions NCH is committed to widening participation and fair access. When we review an application, we also take into consideration a number of socio-economic factors, school performance data and other pieces of information for UK applicants. If students meet certain eligibility criteria, we will make an offer lower than our typical entry requirements, such as: - An offer that is one grade below standard entry requirements of AAB (or the equivalent) - An offer that is two grades below standard entry requirements of AAB (or the equivalent) More information about our contextualised admissions system and eligibility criteria can be found at:

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Additional entry requirements


An admissions adviser will review your application and will decide if they would like to invite you for an interview. Interviews at NCH are not a test of knowledge, but rather an excellent opportunity for us to get to know you and your reasons for wanting to study your chosen degree programme, providing you with a unique opportunity to discuss a subject you are passionate about with an academic tutor. Interviews also give you an opportunity to ascertain whether you enjoy the tutorial method of teaching in the ‘taster tutorial’ setting of our interviews. Most students find the interview to be an enjoyable experience.

English language requirements

If English is not your native language, you will need to demonstrate proficiency in English in order to study at the College.

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Fees and funding

Tuition fees

Republic of Ireland £9250 Year 1
EU £14000 Year 1
England £9250 Year 1
Northern Ireland £9250 Year 1
Scotland £9250 Year 1
Wales £9250 Year 1
Channel Islands £9250 Year 1
International £14000 Year 1

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Economics with Psychology at New College of the Humanities - UCAS