Studying Economics is a new site developed by the Economics Network as part of their Why Study Economics initiative. It is aimed at economics undergraduates who are looking for advice, help and information.
While the site contains information that is specific to economics, such as guidance on module options or data and research links, much of the advice is applicable to all students. If you need some tips for working efficiently or an overview on doing a dissertation there’s help at hand.
The advice comes from current and formers students, so it is guaranteed to be relevant. The Economics Network takes on a student placement officer each year and they have produced the site to help out their fellow undergraduates.
Intute features more Internet resources about Economics, as well as our 55 Essential Economics websites. Or if you are trying to get to grips with using the Internet for academic research – the Internet for Economics is a tutorial designed to help Economics students .