Beyond borders: Navigating career transitions abroad

Jingyi Tong (MSc Economics and Finance, 2020) International career transitions were the focus of a recent Alumni Panel Event, in which Jingyi Tong (MSc Economics and Finance, 2020) shared valuable insights about her professional career.

Jingyi is an Infratech Consultant and Researcher at Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) and a Global Strategy & Operations Lead at the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) Youth.…

International Women’s Day 2024: Inspiring future female economists

International Women’s Day this year celebrates diversity and empowerment, encouraging everyone to #InspireInclusion. In the first of our new film series, ‘Women in Economics at Bristol’, we asked our academics and students which female economists have inspired them.

Bristol Economics student nominated for finals of National Undergraduate of the Year Competition

Image of a lecture hall and the text: Undergraduate of the year finalistBSc Economics and Management student, Saul Wilson, made it to the final round of the TARGETJobs national student awards after taking part in a competitive process.

The TARGETJobs Undergraduate of the Year competition is open to all undergraduate students across the UK, offering opportunities and prizes such as internships and placements with internationally recognised organisations taking part in the initiative.…

Economics debate team take first place at national competition

three student winners of the university debate competitionThree Economics students have won first place at The Economics Debate, an inter-university  debating competition involving ten universities.

Pravin, Noah and Fintan, final-year BSc Economics and Politics, and Economics and Philosophy student’s stormed ahead in the annual university debating competition to take the final title.…