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The aim of the course is to encourage an interest in and an understanding of current economic issues, problems and institutions that affect your everyday life. The course content covers concepts, which...more
Duration: 1 Year
Part time day
GCE A/AS Level or equivalent
The WEA is the UK's largest voluntary sector provider of high quality adult education with classes across the country.
Since the economic crash of 2008 austerity has been imposed by politicians and bankers, but increasingly the need for austerity is being questioned. This course studies the impact of austerity on people,...more
Duration: 11 weeks
Different times are available for this course
“How easy is it to fly a drone?” a voice said behind me. I stopped brewing my tea and turned around to see my Dad standing, waiting, with an inquisitive look on his face. At first, I thought it was a bizarre question – why would a...
Why are some countries richer than others? How do different economies work? Why does the price of milk rise one year and not the next? Economists try to answer these questions and many more. By studying the science of economics and applying...
It’s free, there’s no real pressure, you can take it at your own pace - these are some of the best things about online learning, but they’re also some of the worst. They sometimes mean you never quite get past the second or third hurdle, you never...