PhD study at SEF

Doctoral level study is the highest degree offered by the School, and is for suitably qualified candidates in areas where appropriate supervision is available.

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.

Our staff research areas page may be useful when thinking about topics and identifying potential supervisors.

See our current PhD students and their research topics

Want to know more?

Contact the School of Economics and Finance if you want more information about PhD study with us.

Professor of Economics
School of Economics and Finance