Eight Scottish universities contribute to the SGPE
The SGPE is a collaborative venture between eight top Scottish universities.
Aberdeen's Department of Economics is an extremely active, lively, friendly and dynamic environment.
Economics at Dundee is dedicated to a tradition of excellence in research, scholarship and teaching.
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.
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.
The modern School of Economics at St Andrews University has a long history and is highly ranked today.
The Economics Department at the University of Stirling provides a friendly, supportive environment for successful research and teaching.
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.