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Frequently Asked Questions

Faculty of Economics Graduate Admissions FAQs

We do not accept the GMAT test in place of the GRE general test.

Applicants with a Bachelor's degree from an Indian University are not eligible to apply for direct entry to the MPhil - they would be required to apply for the Advanced Diploma in Economics first.

Applicants applying from a non-UK institution should check that their qualifications meet the minimum University entry requirements:

All supporting documents must be uploaded before submitting your application:

Applicants should only apply for one of the MPhils offered by the Faculty of Economics.

When you submit your application you will be asked to upload a number of supporting documents and this will include GRE scores. However, if you are currently studying for, or have been awarded a Degree from a UK university you should upload a document, under the GRE category, stating this fact and this requirement will then be waived.

If you wish to be considered for funding all supporting documents including the GRE and references must have been submitted by 5 December 2018 except for US citizens applying for a Gates Cambridge Scholarship who have a deadline of 10 October 2018.

Applicants undertaking a degree with the University of London’s International Programme will be required to submit GRE scores.

A degree in Accounting and Finance is unlikely to meet the entry requirements for the MPhil in Finance and Economics. Potential applicants must have taken intermediate level courses in microeconomics, macroeconomics and econometrics:

If you are currently studying for a degree please ensure that you upload a list of the courses that you are taking in your final year if they do not appear on your transcript.

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