MSc programmes

The School of Economics, Finance and Management has over 100 research and teaching staff and teaching is delivered through lectures, tutorials, and self-directed study. Taught postgraduate programmes are offered in the disciplines of economics, econometrics, accounting, finance and management.

MSc programmes requiring a specialist degree

The following full-time programmes are for those planning careers as professional economists, or in finance. Economics programmes require a good degree in economics or economics and finance. Finance and investment programmes require a good degree in finance or mathematics.

MSc programmes requiring a non-specialist degree

The following full-time programmes are for those planning careers in business, finance or consultancy and only limited prior knowledge is assumed. All of these programmes require a good undergraduate degree and, with the exception of MSc Management, evidence of mathematical ability.

Part-time MSc programmes

Seeking an effective alternative to the MBA? The University of Bristol offers a part-time master's programme for busy professionals who want to improve their ability to deal with the complexities and challenges facing organisations today.

This very practical master's degree will give participants a thorough grounding in leading high performing teams, managing change and developing robust strategic direction. The programme has been designed with the current recession in mind to deliver a return on investment from day one.

Graduate Diploma in Economics

The Graduate Diploma is a conversion course designed for students who wish to move into economics (or finance) and who have both a good degree in another subject and appropriate mathematical skills.

This programme would be ideal for someone who wanted to do a MSc in Economics and needed some undergraduate-level study as preparation (many of our students have gone on to do master's degrees or PhDs at Bristol or elsewhere), but can also be used as a stand-alone qualification for those who want an introduction to quantitative economics.

The programme is a 'crash course': students take second-year core undergraduate units (and one third-year optional unit) and are expected to have done some preparation of first-year level material in their own time before arriving at Bristol.

MScR in Global Environmental Challenges

As part of the new MScR in Global Environmental Challenges, we have a number of exciting research master’s opportunities available. Please see below for the current research projects on offer, or contact cabot-masters@bristol.ac.uk for more information. 

The confidence gained through obtaining this qualification will undoubtedly support me throughout my career

Indeewari (MSc Accounting, Finance and Management),

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Contact us

Graduate Studies Admissions Team
Phone: +44 (0) 117 394 1649
Email: choosebristol-pg@bristol.ac.uk

University of Bristol graduates

All current University of Bristol undergraduate students will be eligible to receive a 10 per cent discount on their tuition fees when progressing directly to study on any of our full-time master's programmes within the school for 2017/18 entry.

Offer-holders classed as both Home/EU and overseas tuition fee payers are eligible for this award. This award is automatically awarded and no further application process is required.

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