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Faculty of Economics

 

 

Sutton Trust Summer School in Economics


The Sutton Trust Summer Schools are free subject-specific residential courses for Year 12 (or equivalent) students from UK state-maintained schools. The five-day summer schools in July and August allow students to explore their interest in one of 22 subject courses and gain an insight into what it is like to live and study as a first-year undergraduate student at Cambridge. The programme includes lectures, seminars, discussion groups, practical work and social activities, as well as the opportunity to meet current staff and students and to live in a Cambridge College.

 

Schedule for Economics


The Faculty of Economics participates in the scheme and the participants can expect six different sets of between 2 and 3 hours of lectures, problem solving sessions, workshops, and discussion groups. Examples of lectures covered include the following topics:

  • Labour Market Economics
  • Urban Economics
  • The Economics of Regulations
  • Competition and Markets
  • Running the British Economy
  • Economics and Banking
  • Strategic Thinking of Game Theory
  • The Economics of Brexit
  • Economics in practice

For more information contact the Faculty of Economics Administrative Coordinator, Silvana Dean (sd207@cam.ac.uk) or see the University of Cambridge Sutton Trust Summer Schools’ webpage.