Why study Economics in London
Studying Economics in London allows students to experience the business and financial centre in the City of London, with many of our graduates being accepted onto internships and graduate programmes in professional services firms such as Deloitte and PwC, banks such as Deutsche Bank and Barclays and consulting firms.
London has assumed its position as the world’s leading financial hub, in part, through the prevalence of economic think tanks and research organisations. Some of the best known are the Adam Smith Institute, the Centre for Economic Policy Research, the Institute for Economic Affairs and the National Institute for Economics and Social Research (NIESR).
Closer to Northeastern University London, you can visit the former home of John Maynard Keynes at 2 Gower Street and the British Museum Great Reading Room (used by Marx, Keynes and Galton).
Be inspired by the wealth of knowledge and new ideas that the City of London pioneers by studying at Northeastern University London.