Scottish Graduate Programme in Economics – MSc Economics / Economics (Finance)


University of Edinburgh

Application Deadline:

Expired help

Type

Master's programs

Location

Edinburgh

United Kingdom

Location

United Kingdom

Edinburgh

Type

Master's programs

Application Deadline:

Expired help


A LEADING MASTER’S DEGREE IN ECONOMICS

The Scottish Graduate Programme in Economics is an advanced master’s degree suited to ambitious graduates who’d like to develop a career as a professional research economist.

The programme combines the teaching and research expertise of eight of Scotland’s most prestigious universities. This unique collaboration means our students have access to an unparalleled range of electives taught by experts working at the cutting edge of the field.

Hosted by the University of Edinburgh, ranked amongst the world’s top 20 universities you’ll play an active role in Scotland’s economic community taking part in a busy programme of workshops, seminars and events.

When you graduate, you’ll be well placed for a career as a professional research economist in government, international organisations or ready to begin PhD research. 

Fees

 

Home/EU students

Overseas students

Economics (Econometrics) (MSC) - 1 Year (Full-time)

  £9,500

£19,300

Economics (Econometrics) (MSC) - 2 Years (Part-time)

  £4,750

£9,650

Economics (Finance) (MSc) (Full-time)

  £10,800

£20,100

Economics (Finance) (MSc) (Part-time) - 2 years

  £5,400

£10,050

Economics (Scottish Graduate Programme) (MSc) (Full-time)

  £9,500

£19,300

Economics (Scottish Graduate Programme) (MSc) (Part-time) - 2 years

  £4,750

£9,650

More about the Scottish Graduate Programme In Economics

The SGPE combines the teaching and research expertise of the universities of Aberdeen, Dundee, Glasgow, Heriot-Watt, St-Andrews, Stirling, Strathclyde and Edinburgh. Students from all over the world join us each year to study for our MSc Economics, MSc Economics (Econometrics) or MSc Economics (Finance). The SGPE is hosted and awarded by the University of Edinburgh, one of the world’s leading universities.

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