If you are an economics student at university, how much free time do you have?

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I am asking for a friend.
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I am asking for a friend.
Not a lot its a very challenging degree one of my friends would have 4h a week only where he could reply to friends, watch his favourite TV show, sports of go gym but ye depends your friends intelligence level and what uni he goes to my friend is average but he has a good heart.
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Not a lot its a very challenging degree one of my friends would have 4h a week only where he could reply to friends, watch his favourite TV show, sports of go gym but ye depends your friends intelligence level and what uni he goes to my friend is average but he has a good heart.
Aww wow it sounds stressful
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Aww wow it sounds stressful
Yeah it is but it's a good degree hope your friend enjoys it if he/she interested
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I am asking for a friend.
Hello starmoney,

Economics at the University of Liverpool will have varying taught hours of roughly between 12-18 hours per week. The remaining time is for independent study. So, the amount of free time is down to the student!

Although the timetable will not be full, one approach to studying is spending the week days studying (in the library or at lectures/seminars) which would leave you with evenings and weekends free.

This may vary in exam season or when an essay is due.

I hope this helps!

Antonia
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