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from £289/hr + VAT
Revi is a passionate multi-award-winning teacher who has formerly taught at the LSE for 10 years. He has combined teaching/tutoring hours of well above 11 000.
Both departments and students have appreciated him. During his tenure at the LSE, he has received 2 teaching awards from the Economics department, 2 teaching awards from the Management department and 1 student-led teaching excellence award for Innovative Teaching.
He has taught a wide array of courses at both undergraduate and graduate-level including Finance, Marketing, Corporate Strategy, Microeconomics, Econometrics, Macroeconomics, Strategy, etc. Also, he has officially taught students at leading British and international institutions, including the University of Oxford, Sciences Po, and Stanford University. He has taken part in the selection process of incoming undergraduate students at both the University of Oxford (PPE, E&M, E&H) and the dual degree of Columbia and Sciences Po.
Revi currently works full time at Axiom but keeps part-time teaching positions at the University of Oxford where he teaches Econometrics to graduate students.
from £129/hr +VAT
Ledia completed her bachelor's studies in Economics and Mathematics (cum laude) at the American University in Bulgaria. She also completed her MSc in Economics (International Economics) at the University of Geneva.
She teaches econometrics to undergraduate students at LSE. Over the summer, she mentored graduate students writing their thesis at the London School of Economics.
She tutors a range of courses in mathematics and economics courses at an undergraduate level. She also supported the Entrepreneurship Programme of Junior Achievement Albania by mentoring high school students in economics and entrepreneurship.
from £119/hr + VAT
Diogo is a Teaching Fellow at LSE and a Tutor at Axiom. He teaches microeconomics, macroeconomics, and econometrics courses at LSE and tutors students from universities around the UK in a wide range of quantitative economics courses both at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. His main fields of interest in economics include econometrics, monetary economics, and development economics. Diogo completed his MSc in Economics at the LSE in 2015.
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Arta is an Oxford University Press-published author who teaches Public Policy, Human Resources Management, and GCSE Maths. She holds a Public Policy Master's degree from Maastricht University, a Public Health Policy and Management fellowship from Emory University, and a Management and Leadership international diploma from the University of California, Berkeley. She wrote the chapter on Kosovo as part of a handbook: Health Politics in Europe. The handbook is a major new reference work that provides historical background, up-to-date information, and analysis of European health politics and systems. She would be an excellent choice to help with essay and dissertation supervision and act as your academic advisor throughout the semester.
Endrit has a first-class degree in Law, a Master's of Science in Education Policy, and has completed his doctoral degree in Politics at the University of Oxford. He was a Clarendon Scholar and has benefited from various scholarships throughout his academic studies.
Endrit has taught Law and politics in Tirana, Oxford, Cambridge, and Paris. In Oxford, Endrit taught two core papers for PPE undergrads: Comparative Government (201) and International Relations (214), as well as Politics in Europe (206). In Paris, Endrit taught Introduction to Politics at Sciences Po University.
Additionally, he has consulted international organisations (e.g. Council of Europe, EU, UNICEF, UNW, UNFPA and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Foundation). In 2018 professor Whitefield and Endrit designed the national index on Women's Electoral Participation, published by UN Women in collaboration with the University of Oxford.
from £159/hr + VAT
Alba is a PhD Candidate at the University of Cambridge.
She holds an MPhil in Economic Research degree from the University of Cambridge and a BSc. in Economics from London.
School of Economics. Alba’s research focuses on financial stability and optimal macroprudential policies and her expertise lies in international economics. Alba is currently working as a Teaching Assistant at the London School of Economics, where she teaches a
variety of Econometrics and Macroeconomics courses. Alba is also a Visiting Lecturer in International Economics at the University of Coburg in Germany. She joined Axiom Tutoring in 2017.
from £99/hr + VAT
Shan is an Accounting and Finance graduate, from the LSE and is currently completing an MSc in Mathematics, at Birkbeck, University of London. He has 6-year experience in teaching Mathematics and Accounting to both young people and mature students. He works hard to communicate concepts to his students in the way they learn best, helping them to pursue and achieve their goals. He is a committed and patient teacher. Shan is an assessment specialist in Accounting and Mathematics O-Level/IGCSE.
Over the past five years, Alexis has been both a lecturer and a class teacher in economics and econometrics at two of the leading universities in the UK: the London School of Economics and the University of Oxford.
He used to work as a stipendary lecturer in economics at St Edmund Hall (University of Oxford), and as a teaching associate for the economics department at the London School of Economics. For the past couple of years, he has also been teaching a graduate course in econometrics at the history department of the University of Oxford. He completed his PhD in economics at the University of Oxford in 2018, in which he examined the links between social comparisons and ethical behaviour. His main research interests are in behavioural economics, econometrics, and development economics.
As a tutor at LSE, he received several bonuses for outstanding teaching, and he received overwhelmingly positive feedback on his lectures in econometrics for the MSc in Economic and Social History at the University of Oxford.