June was exam month at the school but it also brought us an OBE, a top ranking, a Kent Researcher’s Award as well as Pride … Read more
March News Roundup
March marked the one-year anniversary since the first lockdown and while we’re still not back together in person yet, it’s been a rich time for … Read more
Finalist Event: Thinking of doing a Master’s in Economics?
As you approach the end of your undergraduate studies, many of you may be wondering about a Master’s degree, what you would get out of … Read more
February News Roundup
In a month where the government gave us hope of a return to “normality,” here is a summary of what has been going on in … Read more
How the Business Start-up Journey Made My Dream a Reality
The Business Start-Up Journey is a step-by-step programme that guides students through the process of starting a business through a series of fun, interactive and practical workshops. … Read more
Could you be a part of this award-winning Professional Economist Degree Apprenticeship scheme?
An Introduction to Kent’s Professional Economist Degree Apprenticeship will take place on Tuesday 9, February 2021. This National Apprenticeship Week (8 – 12 February), the … Read more
CEAS, at the School of Economics give evidence to Kent County Council on COVID’s impact on farming in Kent.
The Centre for European Agri-Environmental Studies (CEAS) at the School of Economics was asked by Kent County Council to support a new inquiry of the … Read more
Economics at Kent achieves top results in the National Student Survey 2020
More than 94% of our students* who completed the survey expressed their overall satisfaction with the quality of their course; this places Kent firmly in … Read more
Dr Christian Siegel, along with Dr Catherine Robinson from KBS, receive funding from the ONS
Christian Siegel and Catherine Robinson have recently been awarded research funding by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) for a project entitled, “The role of … Read more