Regular (UK/EU): £4,800
The School of Economics at the University of Surrey offers seven MSc programmes, all with ESRC recognition. Our programmes are designed to provide a strong and rigorous foundation in the core skills necessary for either using economics in future careers or undertaking a PhD programme. All draw heavily on our own research interests and many academics within the School are economic advisers to such world-renowned organisations as the IMF, the European Central Bank, the Bank of England and HM Treasury. This means we can offer students real industry experience and ensures that our programmes contain the latest and most appropriate research techniques.
We are proud of our high standards in both teaching and research which is reflected in our rankings. As part of the 2014 Research Excellence Framework exercise the School of Economics achieved 6th place among all Economics departments in the UK based on the quality and percentage of research outputs.
To find out more about each of our programmes please visit our programme webpages:
- MSc Business Economics and Finance
- MSc Economics
- MSc Economics & Finance
- MSc Economics for Public Policy
- MSc Energy Economics and Policy
- MSc Health Economics
- MSc International Economics, Finance and Development
For further details on how to apply and inquiries about your eligibility for our MSc programmes you can visit our Postgraduate Admissions website. Alternatively, you can send an email to email@example.com or call them on +44-(0)1483-682-222
- Undergraduate degree in related discipline
- Personal data/curriculum vitae
- Motivation letter
- Reference letters
Applicants with a Bachelors degree in Economics should normally hold a good UK 2:2 or an equivalent qualification from abroad. Applicants without a Bachelors degree in economics should normally hold a 2:1 or equivalent qualification from abroad. Each applicant is, however, assessed on their own merit.
Applicants who have a joint degree in economics and a related discipline are welcome to apply, as well as graduates in engineering, mathematics and science.