The time has come - Warwick Economics Society is holding it's 2018 elections on Friday 2nd March from 5:30pm in OC1.05 (The Oculus). EconSoc is the largest academic society on campus and one of the most important and prestigious student-run organisations at Warwick, with almost 30 years of history. Now is your chance to shape the future of the society at the most important event in our calendar, through running for a position or voting.

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Thank you to everyone from EconSoc and Warwick Finance Society that played in or supported our charity rugby matches on Thursday 15th February. The day was a huge success with the EconSoc Exec Team winning 11-7 in the Tag Rugby Match and the EconSoc Rugby team winning 55-5. However, the biggest achievement of the day was that we managed to raise £240 for an amazing cause - Alzheimers UK. Thanks to all the players and

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The Economics Debate - Sign Up Deadline Extended to 30th December We've extended the deadline for applications to represent Warwick at the annual Economics Debate, hosted by the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), until 30th December. The debate brings together students from the UK's top universities and is open to students on ANY degree course in ANY year group with an interest in the economy and current affairs. Winning teams gain paid internships with the

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We are now recruiting enthusiastic and motivated first-year students to join our award-winning Exec Team and represent the society over the academic year! As a Fresher Representative, you will be one of the first points of contact for the largest academic society on campus and play a key role in promoting events throughout the year. You'll get the chance to take on responsibility within our internal teams including Marketing, Careers, Socials and Tours. You will

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Welcome to Warwick, or welcome back, on behalf of everyone at Econ Soc! Don't forget to join us or renew your FREE standard membership online at http://www.warwicksu.com/societies/Economics Make sure you stop by and meet us if you're attending Warwick Question Time on Monday 2nd October - we will be at the drinks reception afterwards. You can also find us at Societies Fair on Thursday 5th October. If you're looking to buy textbooks for Econ, PPE

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Each year, Warwick Economics Society facilitates a book sale at the start of Term 1 to allow students to easily buy and sell course textbooks for Economics and related modules. All Term 1 matches have now been made. We made over 350 matches in total - we hope you found this service useful and would welcome any feedback you have. Sell books If you are a non-first year student and have used, but complete, books

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Welcome to Warwick! We are Warwick's largest academic society and are supported by the Warwick Department of Economics. Warwick Economics Society is the largest academic society on campus, offering educational, social and career events to maximise your student experience. We will be offering our own programme of events throughout the year, including during Freshers Fortnight at Warwick. You can meet us at Societies Fair in the first week of Term 1. Make sure you are

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On 12th February 2017, 30 brave Warwick Economics Society members across all year groups took on a 160ft bungee jump. They raised over £5000 in total, supporting UNICEF's Winter Safe and Warm appeal for children in Syria. A special mention goes to Umar-faruk Mangerah for raising a stunning £1,141, and also to Harjeet Brar, Nile Nakanda and Hadiya Ayub for raising over £300 each. The event was organised by Charity Co-ordinators Jonathan Guna and Oliver Preece and proudly sponsored

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Warwick Economic Society's annual elections were held on Thursday 9th March, packing out the university's largest space in The Oculus for the three hour long event. Many roles were fiercely and well contested, with more excellent candidates than positions, in a highly competitive process. The outgoing Exec would like to extend their thanks to all the candidates, and everyone who came to support and vote last night. Furthermore, they would like to congratulate all the

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