THINK is a one-day conference in July aimed at 16-25 year-olds which brings together some of the most prominent and thought-provoking economists from all over the world to introduce you to new ideas and change the way you think about the world and the major challenges facing us.
SAVE THE DATE: Next year’s THINK will be held on Saturday 1st July 2017 at the Royal Geographical Society in London.
Oxbridge Training Day
If you’re interested in attending Oxford or Cambridge, then you could benefit from our day of insight and information about Oxbridge life as we provide valuable advice on personal statements, interview dos and don’ts and topics worth investigating before your interview.
This year’s Oxbridge Training Day will take place on Wednesday 28th September 2016.
If you are an A-Level Economics teacher, you may be interested in attending our next FREE biannual Teacher Seminar to hear from economists and professors on topical issues and how they are related to the A-Level Economics Syllabi.
Our next teacher seminar will be held on Wednesday 2 November, from 9.45am – 3pm at the IEA 2 Lord North Street, Westminster, SW1P 3DJ on the topic of “From Economic Theory to Public Policy”.
Our Spring Term Teacher Seminar will be held on Wednesday 29 March.
Sixth Form Conferences
Every year we hold over 20 FREE Economics Conferences for A-Level and IB students at Schools and Sixth Forms around the country.
Click here for a list of 2016/17 schools conferences to find a Sixth Form event near you!
Future Freedom is a series of monthly events aimed exclusively at under 30s including film screenings, panel discussions, book launches and more.
Freedom Week is an annual, one-week seminar which teaches students about classical liberalism and free market economics, and it’s entirely free to attend – there is no charge for accommodation, food, tuition or materials.
Every year we have a get together of IEA Alumni for the chance to hear what the IEA has been doing, about our future plans and for you to let us know about your own plans and achievements. It’s also a great opportunity to meet up again with the people you met on the Summer Programme or at Freedom Week, while an IEA intern or at one of our events or conferences. You can also meet new people who share your interest in the ideas and principles the IEA explores and advocates.