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Kieran P.

Warwick - BSc Economics (Bachelors)

£37-£39

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Kieran P.

Warwick - BSc Economics (Bachelors)

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Dominic B.

Glasgow - Economics MA (SocSci) (Bachelors)

.My name is Dominic, I'm an Economics student at the University of Glasgow, studying electives of French and Politics alongside my degree.

£37-£39

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Star 4.8 / 5

29 reviews

325 lessons

Dominic B.

Glasgow - Economics MA (SocSci) (Bachelors)

.My name is Dominic, I'm an Economics student at the University of Glasgow, studying electives of French and Politics alongside my degree.

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Sam W.

Bristol - Economics and Management BSc (Bachelors)

£22-£27

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21 lessons

Sam W.

Bristol - Economics and Management BSc (Bachelors)

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Eleanor S.

Kings College London - International Commercial and Financial Law (LLM) (Masters)

I am currently a postgraduate law student at King’s College London studying International. Commercial Law. I studied undergraduate law at the University of Exeter. I chose law because I enjoy studying how systems of rules adapt to changes in comme...

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

17 reviews

295 lessons

Eleanor S.

Kings College London - International Commercial and Financial Law (LLM) (Masters)

I am currently a postgraduate law student at King’s College London studying International. Commercial Law. I studied undergraduate law at the University of Exeter. I chose law because I enjoy studying how systems of rules adapt to changes in comme...

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Patricia O.

Super tutor

Exeter - BSc. Applied Finance (Bachelors)

JPMorgan Degree Apprentice, currently studying Applied Finance at the University of Exeter.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

363 reviews

2800 lessons

Patricia O.

Super tutor

Exeter - BSc. Applied Finance (Bachelors)

JPMorgan Degree Apprentice, currently studying Applied Finance at the University of Exeter.

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Kian J.

LSE - International Social and Public Policy (Development) (Bachelors)

Hi! My name is Kian, I’m currently a student at LSE. As a student I loved most of my subjects. However, I know how tough it can be to st...

£47-£49

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55 lessons

Kian J.

LSE - International Social and Public Policy (Development) (Bachelors)

Hi! My name is Kian, I’m currently a student at LSE. As a student I loved most of my subjects. However, I know how tough it can be to st...

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