PhD Economics / Application and selection
Year of entry: 2022
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How to apply
Advice to applicants
Required supporting documents
Your completed online application should include:
- two academic references (including one from your most recent institution);
- degree transcripts and certificates;
- CV; PLEASE RECORD YOUR GRE SCORE WITHIN YOUR CV
- research proposal;
- English language evidence (eg IELTS) if you are not from a majority English language speaking country
- a brief description of any econometrics/macro/micro/mathematics and statistics courses taken on your undergraduate degree/postgraduate degree, detailing core texts used. This does not have to be an official document. A paragraph for each course unit taken will be sufficient.
Please note there is no application fee.
Admission to studying for a PhD is highly competitive, so please allow as much time as possible to prepare your application, browse our research pages and academics' profiles, and familiarise yourself with the application process and any important deadlines.
Finding a supervisor
Your supervisor will be an important part of your PhD programme. It's a close relationship over many years, through which you develop your ideas, skills, thinking and research. Your supervisor's research interests should therefore closely align to yours.
If you aren't applying for a specific project, you'll need to find potential supervisors who will support your research. Details on recent publications, ongoing projects and particular research interests are all available on our academics' profiles.
Your potential supervisor should be able to give you advice on developing your research proposal as well as critical feedback to help make your proposal strong and competitive when it comes to applying for funding.
If you'd like us to match you to a suitable supervisor, providing clear details of your research area within your application will make it easier for us to identify suitable opportunities for you. Include any details in section six of your application form under `Proposed programme of study'.
Although guarantees cannot be made, we'll do our best to match your area of research to the most suitable supervisors.
How your application is considered
As part of the offer making process applicants will be required to undertake an interview assessment. This may be in the form of a face-to-face interview, video call or telephone.