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Economics
Residential programmes
Cambridge has been home to many leading Economists. Sir James Mirrlees was awarded the Nobel Prize for his work on the theory of incentives, and Amartya Sen was awarded the Nobel Prize for his work on welfare economics. You’ll be following in the footsteps of many eminent Economists. The historic buildings and the motivated students who congregate here from all over the world inspire a culture of research and debate. If you’re interested in improving your understanding of Economics, you’ve come to the right place.
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Economics Summer School

Cambridge
13-15 years old
Economics
Academic Insights • 13-15 years old
Academic Insights
Cambridge
13-15 years
If you have an interest in Economics but have not had a chance to study this at school yet, this summer school will provide an excellent introduction into the key theories of supply and demand, and how these underpin more advanced Economic models and influence current affairs.
16-18 years old
Economics
Academic Insights • 16-18 years old
Academic Insights
Cambridge
16-18 years
Designed for budding economists aged 16 to 18 years old, this programme provides a comprehensive look at the challenging worlds of micro and macroeconomics explored in a typical undergraduate Economics degree.
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An incredible 2 weeks. I loved how we had access to very experienced tutors and Oxbridge style tutorials. The models discussed for Economics were beyond the A-level syllabus and were very interesting.

Jason M
Attended Immerse in 2017
Residential Summer Programme Student
5/5

Economics Summer School

If you have an interest in Economics but have not had a chance to study this at school yet, this summer school will provide an excellent introduction into the key theories of supply and demand, and how these underpin more advanced Economic models and influence current affairs.

You will be challenged to explore new ways of thinking, understand complex concepts, and apply their new knowledge as they solve challenging problems. What’s more, you’ll live and study in colleges of Cambridge University, and receive personalised guidance from expert tutors.

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