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Economics is the science of wealth, production, distribution, and consumption. It plays an important role in our everyday lives and whether you're in school, college, or university, you can learn more about economics.

Let's see why you should, the challenges you might face, what you can learn about economics in school, and how private tuition can help.

Why You Should Study Economics

Students on an economics course will learn about economic principles and models, market forces, financial markets, and statistical analysis skills. In addition to skills specific to the subject, you can also learn plenty of transferable skills that can be used whether you work in economics or not.

These skills include communication skills, numeracy skills, problem-solving skills, computing skills, time management skills, and analytical skills. This means that even if you're unsure about whether or not you want to work in economics after your studies, it can still be a useful subject.

The job prospects for economics students are also really good, too. Most economics graduates work in business, finance, marketing, and consultancy and the majority of them find work or continue their studies beyond their degree.

Challenges in Economics

Unfortunately, students studying economics at school or university won't be in for an easy ride. In subjects like maths and English, you can use analogies and real-life examples to help you understand concepts. With economics, this is rarely the case as most of your lessons cover concepts that don't exist in nature since economic systems and markets are entirely manmade concepts.

You also need to be pretty good at maths to master economics. Whether you're studying GCSE, A Levels, or a university degree, there's plenty of maths involved and if you're someone who doesn't like the look of numbers, you might want to steer clear of economics.

You also need to remember that economics probably isn't the flashiest subject you can study. While there are a lot of good reasons to study it, there are also plenty of other subjects that can boast more interesting or exciting subject matter. That doesn't mean there aren't plenty of fascinating things economics can teach it, it's just that you could also spend plenty of lessons looking at graphs and numbers.

Areas of Economics Studied at School

School students can study economics at GCSE if they have an interest in the subject. Students can either study a GCSE in Economics or a GCSE in Business. While the former focuses solely on economics, GCSE Business has a broader focus that also includes marketing, human resources, and finance.

Let's look at exactly what an Economics GCSE includes. We've taken the CCEA Economics GCSE as an example so if you're studying with a different exam board, you may cover slightly different topics.

Students will be introduced to basic economic ideas including resources and goods. They'll also be expected to understand specialisation and the private and public sectors by the end of their course and interpret economic data.

Again, if students aren't sure whether they're interested in economics or not, the Business GCSE might be the wiser choice to see which aspects of the subject they like. If they end up loving economics, they can always move towards specialising in it at A Level before moving onto a university degree in economics.

Private Economics Tuition

One of the best ways for students to learn about business, economics, or finance is through private tuition, especially if they're struggling in these subjects at school or university.

The problem with teaching at school and university is that the teacher often has a lot of different students to teach and neither the time nor the resources to teach each student effectively.

As a private tutor will teach one student or a small group of students, they can adapt their lessons to the student's level, experience, and preferred learning style. They also have more time to help their students as they have fewer of them to worry about.

While tutors can provide academic support for students studying economics at school or university, you can also just study economics with a tutor. In this case, your tutor will be your only teacher and will develop the course and lessons with you in mind.

Finding an Economics Tutor in Belfast

If you're looking for a private economics tutor in Belfast, check out the many talented and experienced tutors on the Superprof website! There are currently thousands of tutors registered offering tutorials in hundreds of different subjects and skills including economics. There are also different types of teaching available so think about what kind of tutoring would work for you, your level, and your budget.

With a face-to-face tutor, you can get lessons at home, the tutor's home, or in a public place like a library or café. With this type of tutoring, tutors will often tailor the course and the lessons to the student to make them as effective as possible. This requires a lot of work outside of the lessons so these are usually the most expensive types of tutorials, but they are also very cost-effective.

You can also get group tutoring if you're on a tight budget. By learning in smaller groups, students can share the cost of the tutor's time and expertise. Some students also learn better in groups with the support of their peers.

If you can't find any suitable or available tutors in Belfast, you can always broaden your search to include online tutors. As long as you have a webcam and a decent internet connection, you can be taught almost anything by tutors all over the world.

Don't forget that a lot of the tutors on the Superprof website will also offer the first lesson for free. You can try a few different tutors out with these free lessons before deciding which one you'd like to study economics with. It's a good idea to make a list of criteria before you start your search and outline how much you can afford. From there, you can start finding and contacting potential tutors.


💸 How much does an economics tutor charge for one hour of lessons in Belfast and the surrounding areas?

In Belfast, the average price of economics lessons per hour is £18.


Tutoring rates for economics lessons will differ depending on:

  • the experience of your economics teacher
  • where your lessons will be (via Skype or an outside location)
  • the number of lessons and the duration of each lesson
  • the goal of your classes. Are you taking GCSE or A level economics, or maybe studying at university level. Do you need help completing coursework or preparing for exams

97% of our instructors give their first lesson free. Check out the prices of our economics teachers in your region.

👨🏼‍⚖️ How many private tutors are available to give economics lessons in Belfast?

In Belfast and the suburban areas, 13 economics tutors are available to offer courses


You can refer to their tutoring advert and pick the economics teacher that corresponds to your needs.


Choose your lesson from our range of more than 13 tutors.

✒️ How do pupils score their economics tutors in Belfast?

From a sample of 3 recommendations, students rated their economics tutors an average of 5.0 out of five.


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🎓 Why not begin economics lessons in Belfast?

Economics is one of the hardest subjects in school. Many teens struggle with economics throughout the school year, whether at secondary or university level. This is why economics support is so highly sought after.


With the help of an economics teacher many students are able to better grasp the different principals of economics.


Our economics lessons with an experienced teacher offer you the chance to learn the different economics concepts more quickly.


You simply just have to select your private tutor and book your economics classes from home or at an outside location.


A messaging system is in place to allow you to communicate with your tutor to schedule your economics classes whether you want to learn from home or take online classes.


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