Here are our new PhD Programme web pages, full of information on how to apply to our programme, a list of potential supervisors with their research expertise, detailed supervision topics and an overview of the PhD years.
We also have information on scholarship opportunities, with detailed information on our School PhD scholarships coming soon.
The School is delighted to announce its intention to award up to four £5,000 scholarships to selected successful applicants for its MSc in Economics programme with entry in September 2019. For more information about the scholarships, please follow this link.
According to The Telegraph, our graduates are amongst the highest paid from all subjects among all UK universities. When ranked by median salary five years after graduating our graduates place third (after Economics from Cambridge and Business Studies from Oxford).
The results of the 2018 National Student Survey (NSS) rank the School 7th in the UK on student satisfaction.
The School of Economics and Finance has been ranked best in Scotland and third in the UK by the Guardian University Guide 2019! The School is only 0.3% points behind second-placed University of Cambridge.