Bachelor in Economics Drive economics in the new digital era.
Segovia and Madrid
Tomorrow’s economy is here
As digital technologies enter the local and global economic landscape, opportunities and challenges in the field of economics are increasing at an unprecedented rate. This program is designed for passionate, analytical students who are equally excited by the nitty gritty of data analysis as they are by the prospect of untangling complex international dilemmas. You will learn about topics ranging from human behavior to game theory, all from world-class faculty who follow an innovative and multidisciplinary teaching methodology. Graduates are well-prepared to create lasting impact on their workplaces, the government, or even society as a whole.
Why the Bachelor in Economics?
This program combines economics, political science, behavioral science, and modern applied technology, preparing students to analyze and then help solve the digital era's most pressing economic crises.
Improve peoples' lives
As an economist, you'll possess the know-how to impact lives in both the public and private sectors.
Personalize your path
Follow your passions by supplementing your required classes with electives, advanced seminars, internships, and IEU Labs.
Learn from the best
Faculty members, with backgrounds ranging from banking to politics, bring real-world expertise to the classroom.
Your first two years in historic Segovia will charm you. Then, cosmopolitan Madrid will seal the deal.
Be the best candidate
Networking opportunities and the chance to be published before graduation will make your job search a breeze.
Perfect your English
Students who are new to studying in English can boost their skills with the Language Proficiency Track in Year One.
What you'll learn
During your first year, you will focus on building foundational skills that will be applicable throughout your career. In addition to mastering basic economic principles, you will hone your writing abilities, become a skilled statistician, and even learn programming.
In your second year, you will study various subfields of economics, including institutional, financial, behavioral, and public economics. You will also study the new economy, and deepen your understanding of data science in a class designed specifically for economists.
Finding your focus
The first semester of your third year is spent studying current topics in the field, like cryptocurrency and innovation. Then, the second half of the year is filled with electives. This is your chance to pursue a topic that sparked your interest in a prior class.
There are two options to choose from in your fourth year: the Economic and Financial Analysis for Business track and the Country, Sector, and Policy Analysis track. Both offer a selection of exciting classes, as well as the opportunity to complete a capstone project.