PhD study

If you want to pursue an academic or research career you can complete a PhD.

A PhD consists of supervised research taking a minimum of 36 months full-time (or equivalent). The PhD dissertation is written in close consultation with at least two staff members, a Primary and a Secondary, who act as supervisors. At submission, the candidate submits a piece of work constituting a significant contribution to the body of knowledge in the subject area chosen.

Considering our academic staff’s research strengths may be useful when thinking about topics and identifying potential supervisors.

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Contact Dr Harold Cuffe III and Prof Eberhard Feess if you want more information about PhD study with us in the areas of Economics and Finance.

Senior Lecturer · PhD Programme Director
School of Economics and Finance

Professor of Economics
School of Economics and Finance