Our Programmes

OUBEP offers a rich range of programmes to meet different learning needs and experiences. All share our 3 core pillars: frontier academic research, Oxford-style teaching and a rich and diverse community of business leaders.

The right programme
for you and
your organisation

The Oxford University Business Economics Programme equips business leaders with rigorous economic theory and its application in order to navigate their current business challenges and inform strategic decisions.

Our carefully designed programmes vary in depth, length and experience so don’t hesitate to get in touch to discuss which one would suit your or your organisation’s needs better. 

Core programme

The Core Programme is an immersive executive programme based in Oxford at the Department of Economics. It is designed to equip future leaders with the tools they need to drive new thinking and ideas. This intensive 2-week residential programme has been specially designed to allow you to explore economic theory and its real-world application so that you can better understand the challenges and choices that today’s businesses face and the impact of those choices on the wider world.

tailored programme

OUBEP curates tailored programmes for organisations to respond to a specific strategic need. We work with clients to design the content and learning experience, bringing our frontier research and Oxford-style teaching to them. Like other OUBEP programmes, the tailored courses equip senior leaders and develop high-potential talent with a shared foundation in Economics, a new set of tools and increased confidence to create impact in their organisations. Get in touch at oubep@economics.ox.ac.uk to find out more.

At OUBEP, we facilitate a unique space to explore economic theory and its applications to allow individuals to create strategic impact in their organisation. We curate online seminars to share world-class research on topics of high relevance to business leaders (Sustainability, Diversity and Equality, the Covid crisis and the recoveries)