- Diploma in Economics
The Diploma in Economics is a degree for students whose first degree contains little or no economics. It provides a qualification equivalent to a second bachelor’s degree in economics and can be used as the basis for master’s level training in economics.
- MPhil in Economics
This degree is for students with an undergraduate degree in economics who are interested in undertaking a master’s degree that will give them the training required to undertake a career as a professional economist working for, say, the UK Government Economic Service or an economics consultancy.
- MPhil in Economic Research
This degree is for students with an undergraduate degree in economics who wish to obtain a PhD. It is the foundation year for the PhD programme and involves a thorough study of the core areas of economics and the exploration of one area in detail in order to begin the process of choosing a PhD research topic.
- MPhil in Finance & Economics
This degree is for students with an undergraduate degree in Economics. It
is an intensive course combining advanced study and research which places
particular emphasis on economic coverage of financial themes and is
tailored for people with one year or less of work experience. Students
undertaking the course might be expected to go on to work in a number of
sectors, such as the financial sector, banking sector, research
institutions, or consultancies.
There are a number of internal scholarships available to EU candidates
applying for the MPhil in Finance and Economics. For further information
see Fees & Financing.
- PhD Degree
Students who have a master’s degree in economics can apply to enter the PhD programme directly.