Scottish Graduate Programme in Economics

Eight Scottish universities contribute to the SGPE

The SGPE is a collaborative venture between eight top Scottish universities.


King's College at the University of Aberdeen
Aberdeen's Department of Economics is an extremely active, lively, friendly and dynamic environment.


Illustration of the Tay Bridge in Dundee
Economics at Dundee is dedicated to a tradition of excellence in research, scholarship and teaching.


Edinburgh skyline
The SGPE MSc is taught at, and awarded by, the University of Edinburgh. Our School of Economics has a long and distinguished history.


The University of Glasgow's distinction in economics research is exemplified by their most famous student, Adam Smith, the founding father of Economics.


The Scottish inventor James Watt for whom Heriot-Watt University was named.
Founded in 1821, Heriot-Watt has a rich heritage and is valued for its pioneering research informed by the global needs of business and industry.

St Andrews

The modern School of Economics at St Andrews University has a long history and is highly ranked today.


Wallace Monument and City of Stirling and Castle
The Economics Department at the University of Stirling provides a friendly, supportive environment for successful research and teaching.


University of Strathclyde Glasgow sign on their campus in central Glasgow.
The Department of Economics at Strathclyde Business School in Glasgow has around 25 research and teaching staff and enjoys a strong international reputation in research.