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What our students think

Being at university is a very exciting and challenging time. As well as living independently away from home, you also have personal responsibility for organising your academic studies. Read on to find out what it's really like to study economics at Southampton.

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The initiatives that Southampton undertakes to help students find internships and placements in my opinion give proof of a genuine interest displayed by the University in the professional lives of its students.
Ali Abbas - BSc Economics with Finance
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I’ve accepted a graduate position at Zurich so I’m going to be moving to Birmingham which will be a first because I’ve always lived at home so it’s going to be great. I’m being a commercial broker so I’ll be insuring large businesses.
Helen Barnes - BSc Economics
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In today’s competitive world, placements and internships are a must. The University is doing its students a favour by helping them get a head start.
Daniel Cernin -
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My participation in the Student Consultancy Programme prepared me for an internship in my second year with the international corporation based in London. The exposure and confidence were invaluable in landing offers for graduate programmes.
Viki Goh - BSc Economics and Management Sciences
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Personally, writing a dissertation was one of the hardest hurdles I had to face at University. However, completing it and receiving fantastic feedback has boosted my confidence in not only my writing skills but also my ability to learn a new topic, think on my own and complete empirical research from scratch.
Davina Heer - BSc Economics
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While I was here I was really involved in Enactus society, so I joined two of their projects and actually ended up running one of their enterprises in Kenya
Rebecca Rodney - BSc Economics
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Even before I came to England, I had Southampton in my mind.
Pedro Suppo - BSc Economics with Econometrics
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I appreciate the fact that, in many modules, we have the chance to practise our transferable skills.
Yilun Yan (Ellen) - BSc Economics and Actuarial Science

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