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I know that engineering degrees can be accredited by IMechE and all that sort.

However does Economics have a board that accredits the degree? I am looking to apply at UCL,Kings, Queen Mary so far and are they all accredited?
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There is no accreditation as most of the jobs you'll apply for are likely to be open for anyone regardless of their degree. It's just that the economics degree gives you a 'few steps forward.'
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Accreditation for economics does not exist, really. Accreditation typically exists from professional bodies for a particular profession, hence why engineering degrees and law degrees have accreditation. There is no professional body for the economics profession, however.
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