The UK Government’s portal for prospective HE students helps them make the right choice by providing information about HE institutions and courses, careers guidance, and advice on student finance.
Education Guardian’s interactive guide to universities and colleges is the most comprehensive source of information on the UK’s academic sector, covering some 100,000 calculations on 150 universities and colleges.
A site provided by the British Council to help international students
UCAS is the central organisation that processes applications for full-time undergraduate courses at UK universities and colleges.
Although aimed at current Economics undergraduates, the Why Study Economics sister site will provide you with some more in-depth information on what to expect from an Economics degree.
An updated list of university economics departments, with staff lists where available.
A free online directory of institutional open days. You can search by institution and region, see a calendar view of all available events and get some helpful tips and advice.
The Student Room is a forum which is aimed at GCSE, A-Level and University students to share academic and social knowledge. There is one main area focused entirely on economics which provides lots of different opinions and ideas, however, this is a chat based website so not all of the content may be economics based.
This is an excellent interactive map that allows you to visualise the spread of higher education institutions across the UK and access the home pages of each institution. It is provided by the University of Wolverhampton.
Provided by the educational charity Brightside, this site has a calculator and “cash course” to help students plan their finances. It is optimised for England, so won’t be accurate for other parts of the UK.