At Discover Economics, we run regular events aimed at students and teachers. We also feature events from partner institutions providing information on economics study pathways and opportunities.
Black History Month 2023
Why isn't the whole world developed?
As part of Black History Month 2023 Discover Economics brought inspirational black economists into classrooms for a live engagement.
Speakers - Anu Adenuga - Black Girl Money David Afikuyomi - University of Bristol Lotanna E. Emediegwu - Manchester Metropolitan University
A virtual event delivered on the back of a new video series for students aged 15–17 to explore why the economies of Africa and India are less developed than others. Perfect for Economics and History classes.
Careers In Economics
Discover Economics was proud to host Careers in Economics as part of National Careers Week 2023! This event showcases the exciting and varied opportunities in economics whether it be through the university or apprenticeship route.
Suitable for GCSE and A-level students (or equivalent) Featuring guests from Bank of England, KPMG, University of Kent and FCDO. A guest from ICO only featured for the live event.
Women in Economics
Discover Economics was proud to host Women in Economics 2023 as part of our campaign to reach more under-represented young people and bring diversity to the sector. This event is delivered in conjunction with International Women's Day.
This workshop was chaired by Arthi Nachiappan, The Times, with inspirational female economists from Bank of England, KPMG, Amazon, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office and The Fraser of Allander Institute; sharing their career journeys.
- 01 Mar 2024, 10:00 – 10:45OnlineJoin us for an enlightening event featuring a panel of distinguished speakers from various economic institutions. These accomplished women, representing a spectrum of expertise and experience, will share their insights and experiences navigating the field of economics. Aimed at: KS4/5
- 30 Apr 2024, 12:45 – 15:30Coventry, Coventry CV4 7AL, UKReframing our colonial history: Why isn’t the whole world developed? Come to the University of Warwick to discover the impacts of colonisation on modern society and economy. This event is brought to you by CAGE Research Centre and Discover Economics. Aimed at: KS4 - 5 students