Bexhill College Politics and Economics students achieve first place in regional essay competition

09 July

Bexhill College Politics and Economics students achieve first place in regional essay competition

Recently, our first year A Level Politics and A Levels Economics students entered into both the East Sussex Education Improvement Partnership (EIP) Politics essay competition and the East Sussex EIP Economics essay competition.

Beatrice Montgomery-Christy won the prize for best UK Politics essay.

For the Economics essay competition, Adam MacLean took home first prize for an entry based on the title, ‘Can Universal Basic Income solve the economic threat of automation?'

Both Professors at the University of Sussex, Professor Paul Taggart judged the politics competition, while Professor Richard Toll decided the economic essay winner. Both were extremely impressed with the effort put into the essays.

For both Politics and Economics subjects, this marks the third consecutive year that students from Bexhill College have achieved first place in this regional competition. Congratulations to everyone involved!

Taking part in competitions like these is part of our outstanding enrichment programme. If you would like to find out more about the extraordinary enrichment activities available at the College, please contact our Admissions Team at admissions@bexhillcollege.ac.uk.

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