Want to get your questions about studying economics at Warwick answered? Throughout the year we hold a number of online live chats where you can chat directly with staff and students to get your questions answered.
What is a Live Chat?
The Department of Economics hosts text-based Live Chat sessions throughout the academic year that are managed by staff within the Department. These sessions are open to all and enable prospective students from the UK, EU, and internationally to enquire or ask questions relating to our programmes, student experience and life at Warwick.
Who will I be talking to?
Our Undergraduate Live Chats are administered by our Student Recruitment and Communications Officer along with another academic member of staff who teach within the Department of Economics. There also may be a current student available to speak to you. Postgraduate Live Chats are normally administered by our Postgraduate Admissions Tutor and the Student Recruitment and Communications Officer. At the beginning of the Live Chat session, they will introduce themselves to make you aware of who they are.
Frequently Asked Questions
We have listed frequently asked questions that have been asked by prospective students, parents and others who have engaged with us through our live chat sessions about applying for Undergraduate and Postgraduate study.
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