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Стипендии на обучение в аспирантуре и магистратуре университета Глазго

Adam Smith Business School Университета Глазго проводит набор на исследовательский трек в магистратуре и в аспирантуру по экономике. Стипендии и финансовая поддержка. Дедлайн 31 мая


The Adam Smith Business School at the University of Glasgow is now recruiting for the 2016 intake for our comprehensive MRes and PhD research programme in Economics.

The 2 year MRes programme is normally followed by the 3 year PhD stage. The University of Glasgow will fund up tosix studentships covering tuition fees and a stipend forup to five years to enable students to receive comprehensive MRes (pre-PhD) training and to subsequently undertake research in a chosen field of economics, leading to a PhD.

Students are admitted first into a 2-year programme of coursework consisting of core courses in Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Econometrics, followed by elective field courses, which leads to the MRes (Master in Research) degree. 

Candidates who complete the MRes at a sufficiently high level are automatically admitted into the 3-year PhD programme of supervised independent research. 

The Adam Smith Business School has a large group of research-active economists whose interests span a wide range of fields, allowing the school to offer supervision across most areas of economics and finance. The Economics group runs four seminar series and regularly hosts workshops and conferences.


The studentship will run for a maximum of 5 years. Each year's funding is conditional on successful progression and acceptance into the PhD programme and includes:

  • tuition fees at the standard Home/EU or international rate
  • an annual bursary equivalent to the RCUK rate – £14,254 TBC for 2016/17
  • during the 3 PhD years there will be a research support grant of £750 per annum.

Entry Requirements

Candidates with a 2.1 Honours degree (or equivalent) in Economics or in any other subject with substantial mathematical training are encouraged to apply to the MRes programme, as are holders of more advanced MSc degrees with Merit.

Note: Students are required to attend a 2-week introductory course in mathematical methods before commencing the MRes programme. This course starts on 5 September 2016.

To be eligible for this studentship, you must hold an offer for the MRes Economics at ASBS. Countries of eligibility are Scotland, England, Northern Ireland, Wales, EU, and International.


Studentships are awarded on a competitive basis.

March 2016: First round of awards

Candidates who apply for the studentship and complete an application for the Economics MRes by 15 March will be considered for the studentship in the second half of March. Candidates will be informed of the outcome by email by 4 April 2016.

June 2016: Second round of awards

Candidates who apply for the scholarship and complete an MRes application by 31 May will be considered in June. Candidates will be informed of the outcome by email by 20 June 2016.

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