During University, you’ll realise that studying is not just about economics. It’s also about your life experience and learning to adapt to new people, new environments, managing your money and a new way of learning.
University is often considered a very different experience than school or college. But what can you expect?
After the madness of Freshers week, the reality of a degree will gently become apparent. So if you have any questions on:
- How you will be taught
- How many hours a week you will have
- What you can expect from each year
- Module options
have a look at our during your study pages. University is not just about study. Work Experience and Clubs and Societies play an important role in University life.
Are you after a bit of a break? Here are a few Economics flavoured distractions. Personally, the Ghanese Currency video is a favourite.
Professor Rebecca Taylor, Head of Economics at Nottingham Trent University, Dr Peter Smith, a Senior Lecturer at Southampton University and Professor John Sloman, Director of the Economics Network have contributed to this piece.