Postgraduate taught programmes

Studying a postgraduate degree in the School of Economics will help you gain a sound understanding of theory, as well as practical real-world application of your knowledge.

Support for international students travelling to Bristol this September

We are very pleased to announce that the University will help with the costs of coronavirus testing and quarantine where required.

This support is available to all new and continuing international students who will be arriving in Bristol for the start of the 2021 academic year.

To find out about the support packages available, please click here.

School of Economics postgraduate programmes

Programme Pathways

Within our MSc Economics and MSc Economics, Finance and Management programmes you are able to choose a 'pathway' which is designed to maximise the amount of knowledge you will acquire in a particular area.

You may choose a pathway because of your specific career ambitions or desire to specialise further based on your academic interests.

Find out more about individual programmes and their pathways, using the drop-down boxes below. 

Funding your programme

We have a range of funding and support for postgraduate taught programmes. Find out what scholarships and other funding options are available.

Academic and wellbeing support

We have a range of student services to ensure you have access to support for all aspects of your university life - academic, personal and practical.

International applicants

We welcome students from across the world. Find out more about country-specific entry requirements, language support and other resources available to you.

I chose to come to Bristol because it’s a good combination of the city, a good University and the course is a great mixture of Economics, Finance and Management.

Shynar (MSc Economics, Finance and Management )

Hear from Derrick, a recent MSc Economics and MRes Economics Graduate

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