What does our MRes/PhD in Economics offer...
The MRes/PhD at Warwick is an integrated two year Masters in Economics, from which students progress to the PhD in Economics. It includes:
- Two years of courses covering the tools, techniques and literature necessary for you to write a PhD dissertation at the forefront of the economics discipline;
- Four years (maximum) of research under the guidance of world-renowned faculty;
- Support and resources to enable you to participate in the scientific community and achieve a top job market placement;
- Scholarships available.
Please do not write to members of faculty regarding supervision or entry to the PhD, as we do not recruit PhD students in this way. For information on direct entry to the PhD (of which there are limited opportunities), please send your enquiry to email@example.com. In order to be considered you must have completed a two year MRes (with a syllabus closely matching that taught at Warwick) and achieved excellent results.
Davit talks to us about his PhD experience
Listen to current year PhD student Davit Khantadze tell us what it was like to study for his PhD in Economics.
An outstanding opportunity to understand, appreciate and contribute to frontier research.
Our comprehensive 2+4 MRes/PhD research programme provides exceptionally high quality training in advanced Economics. We aim to provide students with professional training in modern economics; as well as knowledge, this includes tools and techniques of analysis, and opportunities to apply this in extended research.
High quality training in advanced Economics
Find out about the structure and progression criteria of our comprehensive 2 (MRes) + 4 year PhD research programme.
Applying for the Warwick Economics MRes/PhD
Admission to our course is very competitive; get the full details of the application process and entry criteria and requirements.
Have a question about studying or applying for the MRes/PhD in Economics?
Get in touch with Maryanne Heafey, our Postgraduate Teaching and Learning Manager (Research):
Telephone:+44(0)24 7652 8172
Email:enquiries dot econphd at warwick dot ac dot uk