Choosing to study Economics at Goldsmiths was probably the best decision I've made. Throughout the programme, I learned much of the content expected of an economics degree; including micro and macroeconomics, quantitative methods and so on. However, I also got an understanding of the psychological element of economics; why people and businesses make the decisions they do. The programme also gave me the opportunity to branch out into neighbouring areas such as politics, management and even anthropology. By the time I graduated, I had the confidence to solve any problem put in front of me.
It goes without saying that at Goldsmiths you'll be introduced to an outstanding group of teachers each with their own unique set of abilities and teaching styles. I was also fortunate enough to meet students with a wide range of backgrounds and personalities, whom I've learned a lot from. I had a strong three years at Goldsmiths, and I wouldn't trade my time there for anything.