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Hear from our students

Hear about postgraduate life at Warwick, directly from those living it

One of the best ways to find out about studying with us and the postgraduate experience at Warwick is directly from the students themselves

Postgraduate Case Studies

Hear from some of our current students and recent graduates about different aspects of studying Economics and student life at Warwick.

Name: Ankeeta Ghosh
Course: MSc Economics and International Financial Economics
Home/EU/International: India
Name: Moussa Saab
Course: Economics and International Financial Economics
Home/EU/International: Lebanon
Name: Nayha Shakoor Paracha
Course: MSc Economics
Home/EU/International: Pakistan
Name: Hala Wafa
Course: MSc Economics and International Financial Economics
Home/EU/International: Lebanon

Meet our previous Postgraduate Bloggers

Our student bloggers write about everything from study and campus life, to extracirricular activities and social events. As well as finding out their views, you can also contact them directly to ask anything about life in the Department of Economics.

Hello everyone! My name is San and I am a taught Masters student studying MSc Economics.

I chose to do this course because I aspire to become a teacher of Economics, the course will therefore give me a robust foundation in all its theories and applications.

Read San's blog
Hello everyone, my name is Shruti and I am doing my Masters in Behavioural and Economic Science (Economics track).

It is always exciting to learn about the frontier areas of such subjects, and that's exactly what Warwick offers, making the prcess of learning challenging and rewarding at the same time.

Read Shruti's blog
My name is Onyinye Okpoechi. I'm from Nigeria and I'm currently studying for my Master's Degree in Economics.

Prior to starting my degree here at Warwick, I had never been to the UK.

Read Onyinye's blog

Find out more about campus life from other students across the University who are blogging about their time at Warwick.