I come from Sarandë, Albania, and had worked there as a translator and in banking, before coming to the UK to study for A-levels. Lucy Cavendish has a special way of making students feel welcome and supported, and it’s a great place to meet interesting people: everyone is open to sharing and discussing their past experiences. The Economics Tripos at Cambridge is quite unique and has made me love my subject even more. It is very wide and the most interesting feature is the combination of the qualitative and quantitative aspects; I used to be more into the quantitative part of Economics, but I have really come to enjoy the history and politics papers. Lucy Cavendish Economists have a very experienced Director of Studies and I have been lucky to have had some of the best supervisors. The supervision groups are small and you get a lot of individual attention from your supervisors - this is one of the perks of being in a small college.