Professionals in Economics play key roles in financial institutions, economic analysis, and policy-making. They manage financial transactions, analyze economic trends, and provide insights for decision-making.

Areas of Work:

  • Commercial Banks: Handling financial transactions and customer services.
  • Central Banks: Implementing monetary policies and regulating banks.
  • Economic Research Institutions: Conducting economic analysis and forecasting.
  • Government Agencies: Formulating economic policies.

Academic Requirements:

  1. ACSEE Level:
    • Obtain a minimum of two principal-level passes, with Mathematics as a preferred subject.
    • Meet the university’s specified total points requirement.
  2. Bachelor of Banking and Finance (BBF) or Bachelor of Economics (BEcon):
    • Apply for admission to a recognized university offering the BBF or BEcon program.
    • Successfully complete the program, covering banking operations, economic theory, and policy analysis.
  3. Internship and Professional Qualification:
    • Gain practical experience through internships or entry-level positions.
    • Pursue professional qualifications such as the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) or Certified Risk Professional (CRP).
    • Register with relevant bodies for banking and economic professionals.