City's Department of Economics is committed to excellence in research and education, with a strong research portfolio, highly-regarded undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses, and a growing community of PhD students. It takes particular pride in a very strong graduate employment track record.
The department has developed wide-ranging but focused research programmes, with an emphasis on rigorous economic and econometric modelling. Among other topics, the research covers health economics, competition and regulation, financial economics, macroeconomics, the economics of migration and behavioural economics.
City, University of London is ranked 16th in the UK for Economics (QS World University Rankings 2016).