Very good course with good lecturers, interesting content and module choice, good help available but slightly unorganised, hard to meet with a personal tutor. Job prospects are good and the Econ society is good.
A great degree to do. Very time consuming and demands a lot of personal work, in terms of research, reading and keeping up to date with current issues. But an econ grad can apply in nearly every sector, and there is the spring week to help with job prospects.
As a fresher you get little value for money and have little contact with your personal tutor; mainly because the first year is too easy for most. However as you advance towards your final year they both improve massively, with your personal tutor playing a key role in your final year.
Teaching is strong and the course material offers a good variety allowing students to take their own path in developing their own thoughts around the subjects, though admittedly for a duel honours there could be better links between the 2 schools.
Considering the average economics graduate from Uni of Nottingham earns £30,000 (well over the avg National starting salary), this is testament to how good the careers services are.