In addition, there are two distinguishing features of this degree and the overall learning experience:
(a) Students can choose between different streams over the three years. These diverse streams explore links between Economics and related disciplines, thus offering a broader view and a variety of tools and approaches. The students will have an opportunity to take modules from the following subject areas: Management, Entrepreneurship, Computing, Psychology, Politics, History, Sociology, Media, Anthropology and the Arts.
(b) Students meet and interact with a faculty member every other week in a small group format (called supervisions) to critically discuss the ideas they have learnt in their classroom in their first year of study. These discussions are often open-ended, and helps them relate and apply the concepts/techniques they learn to real world issues with an economic policy angle.
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