Our programme offers you the opportunity to explore your research topic with first-rate supervision, extensive additional training together with full financial support. Studying with the School gives you the opportunity to become a part of an active research community. Find out how to apply and entry requirements below.
Modern training programme including research methods in microeconomics, research methods in macroeconomics, research methods in econometrics and frontiers of economics plus two other options such as computational methods in economics.
Full financial support at research council rates for up to four years through a range of scholarships and studentships.
There is a broad range of topics that you can study for your PhD in Economics. This page contains some examples of areas we cover. Staff Profiles also give information on research areas covered by specific members of faculty.
To be accepted onto the PhD programme you will need a Distinction or near Distinction at masters level in economics or equivalent or have substantial relevant research experience. If applicable you must be able to meet the minimum English language requirements.