SEVENTEEN (17) Economics courses (34 hrs) including Covid-19

265+ lectures plus special sections on : USA; UK; Australia; Bulgaria; Saudi Arabia. Plus the Oxford Diploma

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Created by Priyanka Jamdar Last updated Tue, 12-May-2020 English
What will i learn?
  • This is the ONLY Udemy course to offer the Oxford Diploma for Economics
  • Analysis of global topics including climate change, peak oil theory, economic growth, economics of veganism

Curriculum for this course
21 Lessons 13:43:03 Hours
Preview and introduction
2 Lessons 00:03:31 Hours
  • Maximising your enjoyment from this course
  • Preview repeat 00:03:31
  • Introduction 00:04:35
  • Day One: Ask for Help 04:27:14
  • Introduction 00:03:00
  • Lecture 1: Market Failure 00:06:55
  • Lecture 2: Market Failure 00:04:33
  • Lecture 3: Market Failure 04:10:45
  • Lecture 4: General Election 00:04:20
  • An interest in understanding world affairs - especially the economics behind President Trump
  • An interest in current (economic) affairs - COVID-19 economic impact
  • A willingness to participate in the numerous discussions
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  • TWENTY- SEVEN ECONOMICS WORKBOOKS including the New Year Economics 2020 workbook completed 30/12/2019.

  • A special workbook on Saudi Arabia was added in January 2020.

  • A workbook on AUSTRALIA was added 20th January 2020.

  • Lectures on the economic impact of COVID-19 were added in March - and a workbook.

  • 65 short videos on multiple choice tests were added in early April

  • An extensive course on USA and the Economy was added 5th April 2020

  • Multiple choice tests added 26th April 2020

  • This course is up to date as at 26th April 2020

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“I am a dedicated person with a family of four. I enjoy reading, and the knowledge and perspective that my reading gives me has strengthened my teaching skills and presentation abilities. I have been successful at raising a family, and I attribute this success to my ability to plan, schedule, and handle many different tasks at once. This flexibility will help me in the classroom, where there are many different personalities and learning styles.”

This part aims to show that you are capable of analyzing your experiences and that you try to learn certain lessons from them.

  • Of course, I understand that life is not just a bed of roses, and challenges and hardships are an integral element of life. Since my parents could not help me cover my college expenses in full, paying off my student loan has become an important challenge for me. I combine a part-time job and full-time study to earn my living and my education. I feel triumphant at the beginning of every month when I receive my salary and plan how I will spend my money.

Describe yourself in a few words. It does not necessarily need to be too creative. And do not forget to make a smooth transition from the previous part!

  • Fortunately, my thirst for knowledge did not come to an end when I was at school. I was passionate about history and science. This passion helped me gain profound knowledge in these areas, and I was admitted to the college of my dreams. Today, I am a student at a law school, and I feel very happy about it.
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