Prepare for Economics and Management interviews at Oxford and Cambridge

Introduction to Oxbridge interview preparation Ok, so you’ve got theĀ  best part of another month at least to prepare for interviews – great that’s loads of time! I only started a week before mine (albeit during the half-term holidays when I had not much else on my plate). Unless the world of Economics at University …

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It’s summer! What should I read?

If I’d had a pound (or dollar if there’s any yanks about) everytime I had been asked that question, I’d have enough to buy… er, some sellotape or something. Nevertheless, a few people have asked, so here goes! Undercover Economist (Tim Harford) This book is probably read by the majority of economics applicants. Nevertheless, it’s …

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Choosing Courses: Straight Economics or Combined?

After deciding that you want to study some form of economics at university, the next question is usually whether or not you want to study straight economics or alternatively, choose a course combining economics with another discipline such as management, politics, a language etc. Whatever you decide, you won’t be short of options. In fact, …

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