We asked Eoghan Beamish, an Economics student at the University of Bristol, to carry out some investigations for the Economics Network. Equipped with our old video camera, Eoghan spent several months interviewing students about their study, accommodation and social life. He has gone on to produce excellent videos (see below). These should give you some great insights into what being an Economics undergraduate means.
Through the eyes of students
- Economics at school
- How will I be taught?
- How is each year of study different?
- How much will I do?
- So what is economics, and university, really like?
- Work Experience and Societies
- Student Views