The School of Economics, Finance and Management offers high quality, research led teaching in postgraduate taught and research degrees from across the disciplines of the School.
The School of Economics, Finance and Management offer a wide range of full-time MSc programmes. More details of programme structure and how to apply are available
The School of Economics, Finance and Management has almost 100 research and teaching staff. Courses are offered in the disciplines of economics, accounting and finance and management, with the opportunity to study units from across the range of disciplines from within the school. Teaching is delivered through lectures, tutorials, and self-directed study.
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"The educational environment of the University of Bristol, from my point of view, is superior. We are taught by experienced lecturers and professors who have a strong sense of responsibility, encouragement and supportiveness."
"If you want to enjoy the multicultural atmosphere of the university and take advantage of good lecturers and supervisors, then I would suggest you put the University of Bristol on top of the list of universities you wish to join."
"The study facilities are very good. The University has so many places you can study at. You can always get a place; no matter you want a small quiet compartment, or an open space you can debate with group members with a cup of coffee."
"Classes helped me to get exposure as a part of many international students and tutorials gave me more attention of the teacher with high class participation without compromising on the quality of teaching."
The School of Economics, Finance and Management offers a positive research environment for students wishing to study towards a PhDPotential supervisors
The School of Economics, Finance and Management has almost 100 research and teaching staff. PhD programmes are available in all Accounting and Finance, Economics and Management.
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"Within the Department of Economics, there were a wide range of areas of studies allowing for a number of rich and varied seminar series allowing the opportunity to experience a full range of academic disciplines."
"The faculty were uniformly generous with their time and expertise and as a department I feel it worked hard to produce well-rounded academics rather than just researchers."