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Do I have a chance of getting on an Econ MSc program?




I'm currently in my second year of a PPE BA degree and after I graduate I'm looking to progress to a masters in econ preferably. I haven't covered any statistics, econometrics or anything particularly heavy on maths in my bachelors (I'm on the non-econmetrics route because I didn't have a maths A-level). I have 20-credit modules in Micro and Macro this year which obviously are quite mathsy but I'm not sure this type of module would be enough. There weren't any module options for stats or econometrics next year. Most Msc courses obviously want applicants with maths-intensive bachelors and it doesn't seem that mine would qualify?

I'd like to go into data analytics and it appears as though without an econ bachelors I'd need an econ masters to do this. Is this assumption correct? Do I need a MSc or would I be fine with an MA and could I even get on to an MA? Could I take admissions tests that would make my application more competitive and if so which ones? Are there any unis or masters programs that don't require a maths-heavy bachelors?

Any help would be really appreciated, thank you guys.

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