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Discover Economics Virtual Series

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Discover Economics Virtual Series

The Discover Economics Virtual Series aims to open the eyes of Year 9 and 10 students from local schools to the exciting subject of economics, to help them gain a better understanding of what economics is at a crucial stage of their education, enabling them to make informed decisions regarding their future studies.

Date: Tuesday 23 March - Thursday 25 March 2021
Time: Various
Location: Online

At Warwick, we believe that access to a world-leading university should be open to people from all backgrounds. We hope to raise student's aspirations and increase their awareness of the benefits of Higher Education.

It is well known that economics, as a subject, suffers from a lack of female role models. This has been indicated as one of the reasons why female students in economics are under-represented. It is our objective to emphasise the role of women in economics with the objective to widen female participation within the subject.

Why should I attend?

The virtual series, delivered by staff from the Department of Economics at Warwick provides the opportunity:

  • for students to meet academics and professional economists from outside of academia, who will talk about what's like to be an economist and gain a taste of what it might be like to study economics at university.
  • for students to participate in an exciting competition, focusing on the topic of climate change;
  • or parents to join a session to learn how to engage young learners with the subject of economics.

Programme

You can view the full programme here:

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Did you know...

  • You don't need to have studied economics before to study it at degree level? Whilst economics is a fine A Level to be taking, no degree programme in the UK requires economics A level.
  • You also don't need to have studied maths at A Level before to study it economics degree level? Economics has a reputation for being very mathematical, however many programmes which contain the study of economics do not require maths at A Level.
  • We provide contextual offers for our degree course programmes? This means if a student meets two or more of our contextual data indicators they may be eligible for a 2 grade reduction to the standard offer. For programmes within the Department of Economics at Warwick, this would reduce the typical offer from A*AA to AAB.

Register Interest

Please register your interest in attending our Discover Economics Virtual Series by completing the form below. We will use the details you provide to contact you with further information on how to attend.

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