Hear from experts, alumni and current UEA students, and their experience and journey in Economics.
This programme allows you to discover how you can delve into a career that plays a key role in understanding and solving issues such as: inequality, poverty and climate change.
Who is WinECO for?
Our sessions are designed for young women from Year 10 upwards to Year 13. Teachers can sign up whole classes, or if you’re a student, you can sign up individually.
What does it involve?
Its FREE! We will be delivering a series of webinars, where we will be introducing you to a number of female economists working in different fields and at different stages of their careers. You can sign up to attend just the topics that you are interested in, or you can attend them all, it’s completely flexible to your schedule. If you miss a session, you can simply catch up through the webinar recording.
What’s more, you will have access to experts and be able to ask them questions about studying or working in Economics or even pick their brains about world issues. You will be hearing from current students to alumni, and economists working in environmental policy to central banking and economic history.
We aim to take the misconceptions and misunderstandings associates with Economics.
Be the change you want to see.
Why should I sign up?
Experience students and experts’ different journeys and experience in the discipline
Explore different opportunities to study at university and where they can lead you
Meet UEA students & hear from their experiences
Explore placement and employability opportunities
Hear from UEA alumni and where they are today
Find out more about the breadth of the Economics discipline
By attending our webinar programme, you will start to see Economics as an option to you, should you wish to study this subject area further.
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Frequently asked questions
Currently, women and other minority groups are underrepresented on undergraduate economics courses, and as a result are underrepresented in important positions which are often held by economists. Many economists go on to work in the public sector, they work in government organisations shaping our public policy – so it’s important that a diverse range of voices are heard! Increasing diversity in the discipline, increases the diversity in experiences and knowledge to help address social issues and bring new ideas to tackle economic challenges.
You will be hearing from current students to alumni, and economists working in environmental policy to central banking and economic history.
You can attend as man sessions as you wish, you don’t have to sign up for them all. We will be providing you with resources and the recording to review them your own time. What’s more, you can even reach out to our team and current UEA students if you have any questions at any time during the duration of the programme.