Economics Tutoring

Economics is an increasingly popular subject and lies at the centre of the modern world; its understanding is necessary for successful and effective policy and business decisions. We have tutors we can teach economics to all levels and abilities. Please contact us to discuss your particular needs.

Economics Tutoring

Economics is an increasingly popular subject and lies at the centre of the modern world; its understanding is necessary for successful and effective policy and business decisions. We have tutors we can teach economics to all levels and abilities. Please contact us to discuss your particular needs.

Economics Tutoring

Economics Tutors

Economics is an increasingly popular subject and lies at the centre of the modern world; its understanding is necessary for successful and effective policy and business decisions. We have tutors we can teach economics to all levels and abilities. Please contact us to discuss your particular needs.

Selected Profiles of our Economics Tutors

Please see below some example profiles of the Economics Tutors that we represent. If you would like to hear more, you may be interested to read about our tutor selection criteria or to read about Wentworth Tutors' philosophy and approach in a letter to parents from Dr Katherine Wiles, our Founder. Alternatively, some more profiles of our Economics Tutors can be found on our dedicated tutors page, where you can filter by subject.

I am a recent graduate of the University of Oxford, where I received a first-class MPhil in Politics. At Oxford, I was a Rhodes Scholar at New College, and I served as Tutor in politics at Keble College. Prior to my arrival in the United Kingdom, I attended Brown University, where I double-majored in history and economics, graduating Phi Beta Kappa. Following graduation in 2014, I spent a year as a Fulbright Scholar at the Colegio de Mexico in Mexico City. Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, I am fluent in both American and British education systems — and have a passion for education, more broadly. My areas of expertise are maths, history, Spanish, College Counselling and preparation across the board. ...
I was educated at Millfield School, where I received an academic scholarship. I achieved an A* in my Economics A Level, obtaining full marks in my exams in the second year. I became passionate about Economics and Politics at school and subsequently attended Newcastle University where I studied these subjects. I am from a family of teachers and tutors and have wide range of teaching experiences. I started teaching when I was selected to support low level GCSE Maths when I was studying for my A-Levels at school. It was from watching these pupils progress that my passion for teaching and tutoring was ignited. I have two years experience teaching in Italy and a further year supporting children struggling in Primary school. I am a positive and energetic person and I like to inspire and enthuse my students with positive praise. ...
I am a postgraduate Economics student at UCL with three years of tutoring experience. After graduating from the University of Oxford with BA Economics & Management in 2016, I worked in the asset management industry for two years before starting my Master’s at UCL in September. I have been tutoring since 2016, focussing on Oxford & Cambridge university entrance for students applying for Economics, Economics & Management, Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE), Geography, Land Economy, Experimental Psychology, Human Sciences, Psychology and Philosophy. I grew up in Buckinghamshire, UK and before attending Oxford I completed my A Levels in Maths, Further Maths, History and Economics. ...
I graduated from Cambridge University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Law. I first started tutoring when I was 17 as a peer mentor for students who required further help in preparing for their GCSEs. Since then, I have continued to tutor privately as well as working for well regarded organisations such as, the Oxford & Cambridge Summer School and Save the Children Int'l. The majority of my experience is working with children 14 years and above, however, I am equally confident teaching younger ages. I find tutoring incredibly rewarding and enjoy seeing the development and success of my tutees. ...
Having studied in a boarding school in West Sussex, where I was a deputy-head of house and School prefect, I studied Archaeology and Anthropology at the University of Cambridge. At university, I encountered a wide variety of disciplines and ways of thinking; from politics, to psychology to history. I completed an MSc degree in Law and Anthropology at The London School of Economics (LSE), during which I worked as an administrator for a legal research network and organised conferences for a international think tank, most notably a conference at the European Union parliament in Brussels.

Following my studies, I worked for the Department for Education in Westminster, where I advised schools on how to progress and collaborate with each other. I also began volunteering with a grassroots educational charity that mentors children from underrepresented communities through organising sports coaching and workshops.

I then went on to teach History at Rugby School, a top-tier boarding school in the Midlands, where I taught students between the ages of 13 to 18 years. I was also a pastoral tutor in a boarding house, where I was responsible for helping the sixth form students with their university and UCAS applications. From September 2019 I will be teaching part-time at South Hampstead High School in London, as well as being Scholar in Residence at Wimbledon High School.

I see learning as an integral part of my life and enjoy learning with others to help achieve their goals. I frequently go to museums, exhibitions and galleries and write about these experiences. In October 2018, I started a part-time PhD in Education at the University of Cambridge, focusing on how Artificial Intelligence can help create learning dialogues through the use of chatbots. ...
Enthusiastic and experienced Oxford Economics and Management graduate, with 10 years of teaching experience and varying techniques I tailor my approach to each and every student. ...
My name is Josephine and I am currently completing my Masters degree in History of Architecture at the UCL Faculty of the Built Environment (MA), The Bartlett; prior to which I studied History of Art at the University of Cambridge (BA): 2:1. During my undergraduate degree at Cambridge University I received a grant to spend six months in Mexico City researching Mexican architectural modernism and the development of the urban landscape, working towards an undergraduate thesis that I am currently extending at a postgraduate level. During this time I worked closely with the university of Mexico in their archives department.

I attended a comprehensive secondary school in north London, and achieved straight A* - A qualifications in both my GCSE and A Levels. For the latter I studied History of Art, English and History, and received full marks on both my final History and English A Level exams. My specialities lie in urban, social and aesthetic history, philosophy and socio-economic and socio-political critical theory. I am fluent in all humanities and social science subjects. I have ambitions of becoming an academic, and hope to impart this passion and enthusiasm onto the students I teach, despite any lack of confidence they may have.

I have extensive experience working with children, having worked as an au pair in Madrid, Spain between my undergraduate and postgraduate studies, and as a regular childminder for a family in central London. ...
I spent the first 18 years of my education in the English school system before hopping over the pond to give something quite different a go. Four years at an American university (with a brief exchange at the University of Hong Kong) has turned out to be one of the best decisions I’ve ever made - so much so that I’d like to do everything I can to help others experience a liberal arts education. ...