Course Details

The BSc Economics and BSc Economics with Finance have been designed to:

  • provide training on a gradually progressing basis - from the principals to the applications;
  • provide knowledge and skill in economics and finance as a platform for critically evaluating existing and evolving theories and practice;
  • help students to develop a range of intellectual, professional attributes and transferable skills such as communication, problem-solving abilities, research and critical reasoning skills that will enable you to gain employment;
  • provide students with the knowledge and skills for implementation of economic and social policy analysis in Uzbekistan and world economy;
  • provide a foundation on which careers can be built in areas of economics and finance or postgraduate studies;
  • prepare highly motivated and responsible individuals ready to take on employment opportunities in government, in industrial firms, in public and private sectors.

Course structure

Course structure: BSc in Economics

This section shows the core and option modules available as part of the course and their credit value. Full-time Undergraduate students study 120 credits per year. Course structures can be subject to change each academic year following feedback from a variety of sources. 

At Level 4, all students will be registered to BSc (Hons) Economics and study according to the programme below:

Credit level 4
Module code Module title Semester Status UK credit ECTS
4ECON005C Exploring Economics 1&2 Core 20 10
4ECON006C Fundamentals of Statistics 1&2 Core 20 10
4ECON007C Mathematics for Economic Analysis 1 Core 20 10
4ECON008C Financial Accounting 2 Core 20 10
4ECON012C Contemporary Issues in Global Economics 1 Core 20 10
4LLAW024C Introduction to Business Law 1&2 Free choice 20 10
4ECON010C Industrial Organisation 2 Option 20 10
4ECON009C Corporate Finance 2 Option 20 10
4ECON011C Advanced Mathematics for Economists 2 Option 20 10
4ALDS001C English for Academic Success 2 Option 20 10
4BUIS012C Fundamentals of Information Technology 2 Free choice 20 10
  Or any module from the WIUT module catalog 2 Free choice 20 10

In Semester 2, select one module (either optional or free choice module)

Award of Certificate of Higher Education available

Credit level 5
Credit level 6
Course structure: BSc (Hons) Economics with Finance (Levels 5 and 6)
Credit level 5
Module code Module title Semester Status UK credit ECTS
5ECON010C Microeconomics 1 Core 20 10
5ECON011C Macroeconomics 2 Core 20 10
5ECON012C Econometrics 2 Core 20 10
5ECON013C Management Accounting 1 Core 20 10
5ECON014C International Trade 1 Option 20 10
5ECON020C Money and Banking 1 Option 20 10
5ECON015C Financial Management 2 Option 20 10
5ECON023C Banking Financial Management 2 Option 20 10
Commercial and Corporate Law 2 Option 20 10
5ECON019C Public Finance 2 Option 20 10
  Or any module from the WIUT module catalog   Free choice 20 10

In Semester 1, select one option or one free choice module; In Semester 2, select one option or one free choice module. *Please note that overall you should select either 2 options or 1 option + 1 free choice.

Award of Diploma of Higher Education or Foundation Degree available

Credit level 6

Entry requirements

Entry requirements for the BSc Economics and BSc Economics with Finance have been set in order to select potential students who have proven academic ability and are able to demonstrate solid foundation skills in Mathematics and English.

The admissions policy aims to attract and recruit motivated applicants across the full range of possible access routes. Students may have a background in any academic discipline. The over-riding principle upon which admission decisions are based is that applicants should be likely to benefit from and succeed on the course.

Global requirements
  • Applicants must have studied a broad range of subjects and have a school-leaving certificate equivalent to GCSE/’O’ Level e.g. the Uzbek Certificate of Secondary Education (Attestation).

In addition, applicants should satisfy at a minimum one of the following requirements, namely:

  • Successful completion of an appropriate International Foundation course which includes a pass on an Academic English module and Quantitative methods or equivalent; or
  • Successful completion of the WIUT Lyceum’s Attestation, and the WIUT International Foundation, course including the Academic English module;
  • Successful completion of the first year of an appropriate degree course in a recognized Uzbek or similar university; or
  • Two GCE A level passes (in any subject excluding mother tongue), plus three GCSE passes at grade C or above including English Language and Mathematics; or NC/ND or HNC/HND. (The range of academic disciplines studied is not hereby restricted, but certain vocational courses such as City and Guilds would not satisfy the admissions requirements.); or
  • An Advanced General National Vocational Qualification (GNVQ); or
  • Any other equivalent qualification normally accepted as entry requirements (e.g. International Baccalaureate, etc.).
English language and mathematics requirements:
Age requirements

Course Leader

Rustam Sulaymanov
Course Leader
BSc in Economics and BSc in Economics with Finance Course Leader
Westminster International University in Tashkent