There are a number of training opportunities and resources available for MRes/PhD students. We have listed these below, and encourage you to read more and make use of them during the course of your study at our Department. As additional training opportunities become available, we will share them on this page.
Training opportunities for postgraduate research students are available through SkillsForge, (which can be found on the Current Student page for MRes/PhD students). SkillsForge enables researchers to find and book onto skills training available at the University through the Research Student Skills Programme or through the IT services.
Learn more about the SkillsForge.
RSE Training Resources
The University’s Scientific Computing service offers a range of training opportunities in various computer programming languages, which you may find useful.
Quantitative Economics Lectures
A series of lectures is available to view online on quantitative economic modeling.
Our Economics Librarian, Helen Riley, is available for library drop-ins on Tuesday mornings, 10:00am-12:00pm in room S0.95. The room is near the Undergraduate Office on the ground floor. There is no need to make a booking for this, but if you would like to arrange an appointment in the Library at any other time, please contact Helen.
Helen can be contacted via email or telephone, 9:00 am — 5:30pm Monday to Thursday, and 9:00am — 4:30pm on Fridays.
Tel: 024 7657 2712
The general Library email address (email@example.com) may also be used, and your enquiry will be dealt with by Academic Support colleagues, or passed on to the specialist.
You can access recent presentations given by Helen regarding library support for students below:
Economics PhD Databases in the Library, 14 October 2020
Transcript of Session on Economics PhD Databases in the Library, 14 October 2020