Undergraduate Video Competition 2019

This year's competition has now closed. LSE student Rana Mallah has been announced as the winner. Thank you to everyone who entered.

Undergraduate students had the opportunity to win £1,000 by creating a 3-minute video on a topical economic issue. As well as a £1,000 cash prize, the winner received a year’s student membership to the Royal Economic Society.

 

Prizes

  • Best video - £1,000 and 1 year RES student membership

  • 2x runners-up - 1 year RES student membership

 

2019 competition winners

 

13 Dec 2019

Undergraduate video competition: Climate Changing the Market - runner-up

13 Dec 2019

Undergraduate video competition: Rana Mallah - winner

13 Dec 2019

Undergraduate video competition: Banks & Billionaires: Not All Evil - runner-up

2018 competition winners

07 Oct 2018

Undergraduate video competition 2018: Alice Li - winner

Undergraduate video competition

07 Oct 2018

Undergraduate video competition 2018: Supply and Demand - runners up

Undergraduate video competition

07 Oct 2018

Undergraduate video competition 2018: Irrational duo - runners up

Undergraduate video competition

2017 competition winners

28 Nov 2017

Undergraduate video competition 2017: Oskar Birol - winner

Undergraduate video competition

28 Nov 2017

Undergraduate video competition 2017: Robery and Fraser Clark - winners

Undergraduate video competition

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