Tuvana Pastine in Maynooth University has highlighted a new 7-minute video, “Why Study Economics?”. It has been added to the Economics Playlist on our YouTube channel. It is also available to view below. It’s a great introductory video for why […]
There are updates available from the SEC in relation to LC Economics. These can be accessed at the SEC Materials section, or downloaded from the links below: Important Information Economics 2022 and 2023 LC Economics Higher Level Sample EV LC […]
The Department of Education has updated the arrangements, published in December 2020, to include revised dates for the submission of coursework, for the school year 2021/22. We have listed the relevant information below (screenshots). The full document is available here. […]
All of the BSTAI Dublin & Galway branch Webinar series are now available on our YouTube channel, and are embedded below for your convenience. YouTube: Leaving Certificate Business: A fresh look at Section 3 Facilitated by Philip Curry PME & NQT […]
LC Economics: Both KBS Webinars now available The two webinars are now available on our YouTube channel or can be viewed below. Topic:Discussions of key concepts for the Leaving Certificate Economics paper 2021, with Professor Eoin Reeves, Professor Stephen Kinsella […]
Are you the smartest school in the nation? A chance to win €25,000 for your school! The Bank of Ireland Money Smarts Challenge is back! The Bank of Irelands Money Smarts Challenge is back for year two and they would […]
KBS Live Webinar Series 2021: Leaving Certificate Economics Key Concept Review Discussions of key concepts for the Leaving Certificate Economics paper 2021, with Professor Eoin Reeves, Professor Stephen Kinsella and Dr. Darragh Flannery, Department of Economics at Kemmy Business School, […]
The State Examinations Commission have released a document outlining further adjustments to the written examinations for the Leaving Certificate 2021. The sections relevant to the Business subjects are available below. Screenshots are also given below.
Generation €uro is Ireland’s leading economics competition for Transition Year and Fifth Year students.