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UTP Stage II: International Economics and Finance


In this program, you’ll explore the interconnectedness of worldwide markets and acquire and cultivate the economic skills necessary to make strategic decisions from an informed global perspective. You can participate in local or international work placements, case studies, advanced analysis and computer simulations, and receive specialized training in economics, finance, mathematics and statistics, and will complete a required internship/co-op in a professional environment. You’ll graduate ready to provide advice and generate solutions in business, finance and government.

Key Information


3 terms


  • January
  • May
  • September


Ryerson University campus, Toronto

Your direct pathway into Ryerson University

Ryerson University International College
2nd year Ryerson University

International Economics and Finance Sample UTP Stage II Structure 

The UTP Stage II in International Economics and Finance is a combination of required courses and electives, designed to meet the curriculum requirements of the major program. Below is a sample schedule of courses you might take during the UTP. 


Upon successful completion of the UTP Stage II:International Economics and Finance, including achieving a 2.67 CGPA you will transfer into the International Economics and Finance program at Ryerson University with 10.0 credits (one year) toward your degree. Once you have progressed to Ryerson, you will continue your studies with courses in mathematics for economics, academic research and writing and second year International Economics and Finance courses. 

Career Prospects

  • Investment banking
  • Marketing intelligence
  • Economist
  • Business analyst
  • Business consultant
  • Financial/risk analyst
  • Policy development officer
  • Behavioural scientist
  • Sales and marketing analyst
  • Strategic planning analyst
  • Total rewards specialist
  • Urban planning
  • Economic advisor
  • Data scientist

Or pursue graduate studies in economics, business (MBA), health policy or law (JD) or a professional designation in finance (CFA) or accounting (CPA).

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