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Public Health is about preventing disease, prolonging life and promoting health through the efforts of society. Whether you are already a working professional in this area, or new to the subject, this Master of Public Health (MPH) is the ideal programme for those wishing to address today’s problems in public health. Read more

Programme description

Public Health is about preventing disease, prolonging life and promoting health through the efforts of society. Whether you are already a working professional in this area, or new to the subject, this Master of Public Health (MPH) is the ideal programme for those wishing to address today’s problems in public health.

Our MPH programme provides students with an understanding of how different scientific disciplines can be used to investigate and then develop the best professional practice in epidemiology, public health and the social science of health.

After successful completion of year one, you can choose to follow a general Public Health programme or a programme specialising in the important global health area of Noncommunicable Diseases.

This programme is taught by lecturers based at the University of Edinburgh's Usher Institute, which is part of the Edinburgh Medical School. The Usher Institute is an interdisciplinary research and teaching hub which draws together researchers, clinicians and practitioners from public health, primary care and biomedical and social sciences. The Centre for Population Health Sciences, within the Usher Institute, is also a WHO Collaborating Centre for Population Health Research and Training.

This programme is affiliated with the University's Global Health Academy, an interdisciplinary network which aims to improve global health through collaborative, interdisciplinary research, education and resource development.

Programme structure

You can study to Masters, Diploma, or Certificate level. All students follow the same compulsory Year One Certificate-level courses, which provide a solid foundation in the fundamentals of public health, whilst a suite of elective courses and a specialist strand in noncommunicable diseases offer students the opportunity to explore areas of interest in more depth and to tailor the programme to their own learning needs and career goals.

Year One (Certificate)

All students take the following compulsory courses:

Epidemiology for Health Professionals (20 credits)
Health Systems Analysis (20 credits)
Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods (10 credits)
Introduction to Health Promotion (10 credits)

Year Two (Diploma)

If you have satisfactorily completed the Certificate level, you can decide whether you want to follow a general Public Health programme or a more specialist programme in Public Health (Noncommunicable Diseases). Regardless of which path you decide to follow, if you would like to do a dissertation, the following courses are compulsory:
•Research Skills for Public and Global Health (10 credits)
•Introduction to Systematic Reviews (10 credits)

Year Two: Postgraduate Diploma Public Health

Students planning to do a dissertation in Year Three should choose elective courses totalling exactly 40 credits. At least 20 credits must be chosen from the elective courses list A (see below). Students not planning to do a dissertation should choose elective courses totalling exactly 60 credits. At least 40 credits must be chosen from the elective courses list A (see below).

Year Two: Postgraduate Diploma Public Health (Noncommunicable Diseases)

The following courses are compulsory for all students following the Public Health (Noncommunicable Diseases) programme:
•Introduction to Global Health (10 credits)
•Globalisation and Non-Communicable Diseases (10 credits)

Students following the Public Health (Noncommunicable Diseases) programme and not planning to do a dissertation should choose exactly 20 credits from either list A or list B of elective courses below.

Year Three (Masters)

Students who have completed the Diploma level and are eligible to progress to Year Three can choose either to take a further 60 credits of elective courses (at least 40 of which must be chosen from the elective courses list A) or to do a dissertation project (if agreed by the programme directors), worth 60 credits. The dissertation option will only be available to students who have met the stipulated academic requirements.

Students who complete the Masters degree successfully will graduate with one of the following degree titles, depending on which strand they have selected:
•Master Public Health
•Master Public Health (Noncommunicable Diseases)

Elective courses

List A:
•Project Management for Effective Global Public Health Programmes (10 credits)
•Introduction to Global Health (10 credits)
•Globalisation and Non-Communicable Diseases (10 credits)
•Public Health Epidemiology (10 credits)
•Intermediate Epidemiology (10 credits)
•Introduction to Environmental and Occupational Epidemiology (10 credits)
•The Global Burden of Mental Illness (10 credits)
•Palliative and End of Life Care in an International Context (10 credits)
•The Burden of Diabetes in the Developing World - Epidemiology to Strategic Management (10 credits)
•Family Medicine in Developing and Emerging Economy Health Care and its Role in Non-Communicable Disease Management (10 credits)
•HIV and Non Communicable Diseases (10 credits)
•Cultivating communities of practice: leadership and management within multi-disciplinary teams (20 credits)
•Investing in Global Health and Development (10 credits)
•Research Skills for Public and Global Health (10 credits)
•Introduction to Systematic Reviews (10 credits)
•Data Analysis (10 credits)
•Statistical Modelling (10 credits)
•Societies, Reproduction and Health (10 credits)

List B:
•Maternal Health (10 credits)
•Global Health Challenges: An Introduction (20 credits)
•Child Development and Wellbeing in a Global Context (10 credits)
•Neglected Tropical Diseases (10 credits)
•Emerging Infectious Diseases (10 credits)
•The Communication of Disease Control (10 credits)
•Water and Sanitation (10 credits)
•Principles and Practice in Public Engagement with Science (10 credits)
•Introduction to Clinical Trials (20 credits)
•An introduction to One Health (20 credits)
•Physical Activity for Health (20 credits)
•Introduction to Global eHealth (10 credits)
•Public Health Informatics (10 credits)
•mHealth in High and Low Resource Settings (10 credits)

Career opportunities

The programme will prepare you for a career in research or academia, professional public health service, clinical epidemiology, health technology assessment, public-health protection and a wide range of national and international organisations concerned with preventing disease and improving the health of populations.

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Gain a thorough grounding in theoretical and applied finance and economics. Globalisation means an ever-increasing demand for specialists in economics and finance. Read more
Gain a thorough grounding in theoretical and applied finance and economics.

Overview

Globalisation means an ever-increasing demand for specialists in economics and finance. This intellectually demanding course will provide you with the essential skills you need to follow professional careers in these areas or to pursue further research.

Aimed at students with a prior knowledge of economics, our MSc in Economics and Finance will give you a thorough grounding in theoretical and applied finance and economics. You'll join one of the largest and most successful economics departments in the country and be taught by highly qualified staff.

Course Content

On the Economics and Finance masters degree you'll follow five compulsory core components, in areas such as advanced macroeconomics and econometrics, theory of finance and econometrics. You’ll be able to supplement this with a wide choice of optional modules.

Taught by leading experts, you will complete modules to the value of 180 credits. This includes 100 credits of taught modules - some core and some optional - and an 80 credit dissertation.

Modules
For the Masters you will need to take 100 credits of taught modules. There are five compulsory core modules which amount to 80 of your 100 required credits:
-Advanced Microeconomics (20 credits)
-Advanced Macroeconomics or International Macroeconomics (10 credits)
-Theory of Finance (20 credits)
-Financial Markets (10 credits)
-Econometrics 1 (10 credits) and Econometrics 2 (10 credits) or
-Econometric Methods for Research (20 credits) or
-Econometrics 1 (10 credits) and Applied Microeconometrics (10 credits)

In addition, you can choose 20 credits of options from:
-Applied Microeconometrics (10 credits)
-Corporate Finance (10 credits)
-Continuous-time Finance and Derivative Assets (10 credits)
-Design and Analysis of Mechanisms and Institutions (10 credits)
-Development and Finance (10 credits)
-Emerging Market Macroeconomics (10 credits)
-Experimental Economics (10 credits)
-Financial Engineering (10 credits)
-Financial Market Microstructure (10 credits)
-Financial Risk Management (10 credits)
-Fixed Income Securities (10 credits)
-Investment and Portfolio Management (10 credits)
-Labour Economics (10 credits)
-Project (10 credits)
-Public Finance (10 credits)
-Public Sector Economics: Microeconomic Applications (10 credits)
-Time Series (10 credits)
-Topics in Financial Econometrics (10 credits)

You'll complete a piece of independent research carried out over three months of the summer, guided by a supervisor. The dissertation, of up to 10,000 words, is worth 80 credits and offers you the chance to examine a topic in depth and to develop your academic research skills.

Careers

The Economics and Finance masters degree will act as a springboard into a career in an area related to economics and finance. It is also an ideal preparation for a PhD. Around 80 per cent of MSc graduates from the department go on to economics related careers.

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Demand is growing for high value data specialists across the sciences, medicine, arts and humanities. The aim of this unique, modular, online distance learning programme is to enhance existing career paths with an additional dimension in data science. Read more

Programme description

Demand is growing for high value data specialists across the sciences, medicine, arts and humanities. The aim of this unique, modular, online distance learning programme is to enhance existing career paths with an additional dimension in data science.

The programme is designed to fully equip tomorrow’s data professionals, offering different entry points into the world of data science – across the sciences, medicine, arts and humanities.

Students will develop a strong knowledge foundation of specific disciplines as well as direction in technology, concentrating on the practical application of data research in the real world.

You can study to an MSc, Postgraduate Diploma, Postgraduate Certificate or Postgraduate Professional Development level.

Online learning

Our online learning technology is fully interactive, award-winning and enables you to communicate with our highly qualified teaching staff from the comfort of your own home or workplace.

Our online students not only have access to the University of Edinburgh’s excellent resources, but also become part of a supportive online community, bringing together students and tutors from around the world.

Programme structure

You can study to an MSc, Postgraduate Diploma, Postgraduate Certificate or Postgraduate Professional Development level.

For the MSc programme, students must successfully complete a total of 180 credits: Practical Introduction to Data Science (20 credits), the Dissertation Project (60 credits) plus 100 credits from the list of courses below.

For the MSc with specialism in Medical Informatics, students must successfully complete a total of 180 credits: Medical Informatics (10 credits), Research and Evaluation in eHealth (10 credits), the Dissertation Project (60 credits) plus 100 credits from the list of courses below. Students wishing to study the MSc with specialism in Medical Informatics should apply for the standard MSc in Data Science, Technology and Innovation and contact the Programme Administrator to discuss the specialism.

For the Postgraduate Diploma (PG Dip), students must successfully complete a total of 120 credits: Practical Introduction to Data Science (20 credits) plus 100 credits from the list of courses below.

For the Postgraduate Certificate (PgCert), students must successfully complete a total of 60 credits: Practical Introduction to Data Science (20 credits) plus 40 credits from the list of courses below.

For the Postgraduate Professional Development (PPD), students may take a maximum of 50 credits from the list of courses below. These credits will be recognised in their own right for postgraduate level credits or may be put towards gaining a higher award such as a PgCert.

Option courses

Some option courses may be compulsory for a specific programme; please refer to the information above.

Advanced Vision (10 credits)
Engaging with Digital Research (10 credits)
Ethics and Governance of eHealth (10 credits)
Introduction to Clinical Trials (10 credits)
Introduction to Health Informatics 1 (10 credits)
Introduction to Health Informatics 2 (10 credits)
Introduction to Vision and Robotics (10 credits)
Machine Learning (10 credits)
Managing Digital Influence (10 credits)
Medical Informatics (10 credits)
Neuroimaging: Common Image Processing Techniques 1 (20 credits)
Neuroimaging: Common Image Processing Techniques 2 (10 credits)
Practical Introduction to Data Science (20 credits)
Practical Introduction to High Performance Computing (20 credits)
Public Health Informatics (10 credits)
Research and Evaluation in eHealth (10 credits) (restricted to the MSc and MSc with Medical Informatics programmes)
Social Shaping of Digital Research (10 credits)
Technologies of Civic Participation (10 credits)
Telemedicine and Telehealth (10 credits)
The Use and Evolution of Digital Data Analysis and Collection Tools (10 credits)
Understanding Data Visualisation (10 credits)
User Centred Design in eHealth (10 credits)
Dissertation project – all Masters

(We recommend you take Introduction to Vision and Robotics before or simultaneously taking Advanced Vision, or have some previous experience with image processing.)

Learning outcomes

The modular course structure offers broad engagement at different career stages. Individual courses provide an understanding of modern data-intensive approaches while the programme provides the knowledge base to develop a career that majors in data science in an applied domain.

Career opportunities

This programme is intended for professionals wishing to develop an awareness of applications and implications of data intensive systems. Our aim is to enhance existing career paths with an additional dimension in data science, through new technological skills and/or better ability to engage with data in target domains of application.

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Explore theoretical and applied finance. Studying an MSc in Finance at York means you will have access to exceptional teaching and facilities. Read more
Explore theoretical and applied finance.

Overview

Studying an MSc in Finance at York means you will have access to exceptional teaching and facilities. Using your prior knowledge of economics or the natural sciences, the Masters will give you a thorough grounding in theoretical and applied finance.

Course Content

Our MSc in Finance provides a springboard to a career in international business or finance, as well as ideal preparation for further research. You'll follow a structured transition to independent research, completing modules to the value of 180 credits. These include 100 credits of taught modules - some core and some optional - and an 80 credit dissertation.

Modules
For the Masters you'll need to take 100 credits of taught modules. There are five compulsory core modules which amount to 70 of your 100 required credits:
-Theory of Finance (20 credits)
-Econometrics 1 & 2 or Econometric Methods for Research or Econometrics 1 and Applied Microeconometrics (20 credits)
-Either Continuous-time Finance or Financial Market Microstructure (10 credits)
-Corporate Finance (10 credits)
-Financial Markets (10 credits)

In addition you'll choose 30 credits of options from the below. At least 20 credits should be from Group A:
Group A
-Development and Finance (10 credits)
-Financial Engineering (10 credits)
-Financial Risk Management (10 credits)
-Fixed Income Securities (10 credits)
-Investment and Portfolio Management (10 credits)
-Topics in Financial Econometrics (10 credits)

Group B
-Advanced Macroeconomics (10 credits)
-Applied Microeconometrics (10 credits)
-Emerging Market Macroeconomics (10 credits)
-Experimental Economics (10 credits)
-Industrial Economics (10 credits)
-Labour Economics (10 credits)
-Public Finance (10 credits)
-Public Sector Economics: Microeconomic Applications (10 credits)
-Time Series (10 credits)

You'll complete a piece of independent research carried out over three months of the summer, guided by a supervisor. The dissertation, of up to 10,000 words, is worth 80 credits and offers you the chance to examine a topic in depth and to develop your academic research skills.

​​​The Department of Economics and Related Studies is one of the largest economics departments in the UK. It is ranked in the Top 10 in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework for 'research power' and for the impact of our research on wider society.

We are one of only three UK institutions to receive five stars from the Centre of Higher Education Development for postgraduate economics.

Careers

Our MSc in Finance will provide you with the essential postgraduate skills you need to follow a career in applied or quantitative finance. It will act as a stepping stone to a financial position in, for example, financial analysis, investment management or corporate finance. The Masters is also an ideal basis for progression to a PhD.

Many of our students have gone on to forge careers in academia or central banks. Others have followed careers as investment analysts, financial advisers, and consultants in commercial banks, stockbrokers and other financial institutions.​​​

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Acquire or develop analytical skills relevant to careers related to investment, finance, project appraisal and project management. Read more
Acquire or develop analytical skills relevant to careers related to investment, finance, project appraisal and project management.

Overview

Global employers highly value advanced analytical skills in finance and economics. Our challenging MSc in Project Analysis, Finance and Investment will provide you the skills you need to pursue a successful career with a financial institution, consultancy firm, government department or international agency.

Course Content

Our Project Analysis, Finance and Investment masters degree will provide you with a thorough training in areas including finance and investment, corporate finance and econometrics. Taught by leading experts, you'll complete modules to the value of 180 credits. This includes 100 credits of taught modules - some core and some optional - and an 80 credit dissertation.

Modules
For the Masters you will need to take 100 credits of taught modules. There are five compulsory core modules which amount to 70 of your 100 required credits:
-Investment and Portfolio Management (10 credits)
-Corporate Finance (10 credits)
-Fixed Income Securities (10 credits)
-Applied Microeconomics 1 and Applied Microeconomics 2 (20 credits)
-Econometrics 1 ​and ​Econometrics 2 (20 credits) or
-Statistics and Econometrics (20 credits) or
-Econometric Methods for Research (20 credits) or
-Econometrics 1 and Applied Microeconometrics (20 credits)

In addition, you can choose 30 credits of optional units from the following, with at least 20 credits from Group A:
Group A
-Development and Finance (10 credits)
-Financial Markets (10 credits)
-Financial Risk Management (10 credits)
-Management Decision Analysis (10 credits)
-Project Appraisal (10 credits)
-Theory of Finance (20 credits)
-Topics in Financial Econometrics (10 credits)

Group B
-Advanced Macroeconomics (10 credits)
-Applied Microeconometrics (10 credits)
-Design and Analysis of Mechanisms and Institutions (10 credits)
-Experimental Economics (10 credits)
-Industrial Economics (10 credits)
-International Macroeconomics (10 credits)
-Labour Economics (10 credits)
-Project (10 credits)
-Public Finance (10 credits)
-Public Sector Economics: Microeconomic Applications (10 credits)

You'll complete a piece of independent research carried out over three months of the summer, guided by a supervisor. The dissertation, of up to 10,000 words, is worth 80 credits and offers you the chance to examine a topic in depth and to develop your academic research skills.

The Department of Economics and Related Studies was ranked eighth in the UK for the impact of its research in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework.

Since its foundation, members of the Department have made pioneering contributions in econometrics, as well as in public economics, health economics, macroeconomics and finance, experimental economics, economic theory, and economic history. York is one of only three UK institutions to receive five stars from the Centre of Higher Education Development for postgraduate economics.

Careers

This course will help you acquire or develop the analytical skills in economics and finance you need for a successful career as an investment analyst, financial adviser, project manager or consultant. The MSc is also an ideal basis for progression to a PhD.

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Comprehensive training in the theory and practice of health economics. York pioneered study in 'health economics' and received the Queen's Anniversary Prize in recognition of its outstanding work at world-class level in this field in 2007. Read more
Comprehensive training in the theory and practice of health economics.

Overview

York pioneered study in 'health economics' and received the Queen's Anniversary Prize in recognition of its outstanding work at world-class level in this field in 2007. Studying for a Health Economics masters at York therefore means you'll be joining a programme with an international reputation for excellence.

The course will equip you with the experience and leading-edge skills you need for a career in research and health service decision-making. During your time at York, you'll have access to The Health Economics Resource Centre which provides a suite of rooms combining teaching materials, computing facilities and information resources.

Course Content

You'll study five compulsory core components, supplemented by a wide choice of optional units, to gain a thorough grounding in the theory and practice of health economics.

Taught by world-leading experts, you will complete modules to the value of 180 credits. This includes 100 credits of taught modules - some core and some optional - and an 80 credit dissertation.

Modules
For the Masters you will need to take 100 credits of taught modules. There are five core modules which amount to 90 of your 100 required credits:
-Evaluation of Health Care (20 credits)
-Health Economics (20 credits)
-Clinical Decision Analysis (10 credits)

One set from these choices:
-Econometrics 1 (10 credits) and Applied Microeconometrics (10 credits)
-Econometrics 1 & 2 (20 credits)
-Statistics and Econometrics (20 credits)
-Econometric Methods for Research (20 credits)

One set from these choices:
-Advanced Microeconomics (20 credits)
-Applied Microeconomics 1 (10 credits) and Applied Microeconomics 2 (10 credits)

In addition you can choose one 10 credit option from:
-Advanced Macroeconomics (10 credits)
-Applied Microeconometrics (10 credits)
-Design and Alalysis of Mechanisms and Institutions (10 credits)
-Evaluation of Health Policy (10 credits)
-Experimental Economics (10 credits)
-Health and Development (10 credits)
-Industrial Economics (10 credits)
-International Macroeconomics (10 credits)
-Labour Economics (10 credits)
-Management Decision Analysis (10 credits)
-Public Finance (10 credits)
-Public Sector Economics: Microeconomic Applications (10 credit)

Over the three months of summer, you'll complete a piece of independent research, guided by a supervisor. The 10,000 word dissertation is worth 80 credits and offers you the chance to examine a topic in depth and to develop your academic research skills.

Most students on the MSc in Health Economics choose to do a summer placement under the supervision of an experienced health economist. These differ from the standard dissertation as the placement supervisor suggests the research topic. A list of topics is circulated in the middle of the Spring term and you are allocated to your preferred placement before the Easter vacation.

The summer placements involve many different institutions including academic research units, the NHS and pharmaceutical companies. Most students are based in UK but in recent years placements have taken students to Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, Finland, France, Greece, the Netherlands, New Zealand, South Africa, Spain, Vietnam and the USA.

While you shouldn't try to organise your own placement, suggestions for topics and host institutions are always welcome. These should be given to your course director.

Careers

This course is ideal for people who want to work in research and health service decision-making. Potential employers will value the experience you'll gain on your summer placement. The MSc is also an ideal basis for progression to a PhD.

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The Masters in Geomatics & Management is aimed at graduates in geomatics (surveying and mapping). It will enhance your career progression in the field of geomatics, and provide you with the necessary skill set to succeed in managerial positions. Read more
The Masters in Geomatics & Management is aimed at graduates in geomatics (surveying and mapping). It will enhance your career progression in the field of geomatics, and provide you with the necessary skill set to succeed in managerial positions. The combination of geomatics with management offered by this programme has been strongly endorsed by industry.

Why this programme

-University of Glasgow’s School of Geographical and Earth Sciences is proud to announce that it is ranked 32nd in the world (QS World Rankings 2014).
-You will be jointly taught by staff from the School of Geographical and Earth Sciences and the Adam Smith Business School and will benefit from their resources and expertise and from an industry-focused curriculum informed by experts in the field.
-With a 95% overall student satisfaction in the National Student Survey 2014, the School of Geographical and Earth Sciences continues to meet student expectations combining both teaching excellence and a supportive learning environment.
-The School is consistently ranked amongst the top 10 in the UK and top 5 in Scotland, recently achieving 2nd in Scotland and 8th in the UK (Guardian University Guide 2015).
-If you have a geomatics background, but with little management experience and you are looking to broaden your knowledge of management while also furthering your knowledge of geomatics, this programme is designed for you.
-The programme is split into two semesters and a summer session. One semester will be based in the Business School and is aimed at developing knowledge and skills of management principles and techniques. An applied approach is adopted, with an emphasis on an informed critical evaluation of information, and the subsequent application of concepts and tools to the core areas of business and management.
-The semester in Geomatics allows you to focus on land and hydrographic surveying, or GIS and cartography. Your programme will be customised depending on your background and interests.
-While taking advanced courses in Geomatics you will have benefit from access to the latest surveying equipment, including GPS and Terrestrial Laser Scanning, and industry standard processing software, GIS and graphic packages as part of this programme.
-You will attend either a week long survey field course or the three-day GIS Research UK conference as part of the programme (included in fees).

Programme structure

Semester 1 – 60 credits in Management
-Contemporary issues in human resource management MGT5210 (10 credits)
-Managing creativity and innovation MGT5213 (10 credits)
-Managing strategic change MGT5216 (10 credits)
-Marketing management MGT5219 (10 credits)
-Operations management MGT5222 (10 credits)
-Project management MGT225 (10 credits)

Semester 2 – 60 credits in Geomatics
-Research & Professional Issues in Geomatics GEOG5021(10 credits)
50 credits from:
-Applied GIS GEOG5012 (10 credits)
-Applied Hydrographic Surveying GEOG5098 (10 credits)
-Applied Land Surveying GEOG5099 (10 credits)
-Directed Studies in Geomatics GEOG5006 (10 credits)
-Engineering Surveying GEOG5007 (10 credits)
-Geodesy & GNSS GEOG5012 (10 credits)
-Geospatial Data Infrastructures and Land Administration GEOG5013 (10 credits)
-Geovisualisation & Map Use GEOG5026 (10 credits)
-Hydrographic Survey GEOG5014 (10 credits)
-Internet & Mobile GIS GEOG5015 (10 credits)
-Remote Sensing of the Environment GEOG5056 (10 credits)

Accreditation

MSc Geomatics and Management, if fully completed with the award of an MSc, is accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

Industry links and employability

-The MSc in Geomatics and Management is a one-year Masters programme aimed at those seeking a career in the Geomatics (Surveying, Mapping & Geographic Information) industries.
-This unique programme was developed in collaboration with employers and was widely welcomed by industry.
-You will benefit from significant input from industry to our teaching programme, including teaching on some courses, guest lectures and seminars. There are also informal opportunities to meet people from industry at open events and visits to company offices. Projects may be carried out in conjunction with industry.
-You will develop transferable skills that will improve your career prospects, such as project management, team-working, fieldwork, advanced data analysis, problem-solving, critical evaluation of scientific & professional literature, computing skills, and how to effectively communicate with different audiences.

Career prospects

Career opportunities exist in both the private and public sectors and there are lots of possibilities for those with Surveying and Mapping skills. Positions include GIS specialist, ranging from support in large corporations (banking, insurance, retail), environmental consultancies, local authorities, utility companies, or mapping specialist with software house or geoinformation data provider. There is currently a very high demand for surveyors, especially in hydrographic survey, in support of offshore oil and renewable energy engineering and maintenance. In addition to the offshore energy industry, land surveyors are in demand in many parts of the world to support mining operations, major civil engineering projects and to provide surveying services for Land Registration.

Graduates of this programme have gone on to positions such as:
-Assistant Surveyor General at Dept of Surveys, Ministry of Lands and Housing, Malaw
-Regional Surveyor General at Dept of Surveys, Ministry of Lands and Housing, Malawi
-Surveyor at Rudan Engineering Ltd, Ghana
-Surveyor at KACST, Saudi Arabia
-Surveyor at Environmental Sciences Group Pelorus Surveys
-Senior Surveyor at North Ayrshire Council
-Surveyor at Line Surveys Transmission Consultancy

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Gain a thorough grounding in applied and theoretical econometrics. The public and private sectors are gaining an increasing awareness of the value of quantitative skills to assess and use evidence from large amounts of data, making econometricians highly sought after. Read more
Gain a thorough grounding in applied and theoretical econometrics.

Overview

The public and private sectors are gaining an increasing awareness of the value of quantitative skills to assess and use evidence from large amounts of data, making econometricians highly sought after. Our MSc in Econometrics and Economics will provide you with the essential skills that you need to follow a professional career, or to pursue further research, in applied and theoretical econometrics. The Masters is aimed at those with a prior knowledge of economics and econometrics, and/or mathematics and statistics.

You'll follow a core course in advanced economic and econometric theory. The modules are taught by world-leading experts in areas of economic theory, microeconometrics, panel data analysis, time series, spatial econometrics and nonparametric methods. Applied econometrics modules will equip you with state-of-the-art data analysis skills. You'll also develop your skills in analysing economic and financial data, and using econometric software widely employed by the leading researchers in the world.

Course Content

To achieve an MSc in Econometrics and Economics you'll complete modules to the value of 180 credits. This includes 90 credits from the core taught modules, 10 credits from the optional taught modules, and an 80 credit dissertation.

Modules
For the Masters you will need to take 100 credits of taught modules. There are seven compulsory core modules which amount to 90 of these credits:
-Advanced Microeconomics (20 credits)
-Advanced Macroeconomics (10 credits)
-International Macroeconomics (10 credits)
-Econometric Methods for Research (20 credits)
-Applied Microeconometrics (10 credits)
-Time Series (10 credits)
-Either Project or Topics in Financial Econometrics (10 credits)

In addition, you'll choose one 10 credit option from:
-Design and Analysis of Mechanisms and Institutions (10 credits)
-Development Economics: Theory and Evidence (10 credits)
-Emerging Market Macroeconomics (10 credits)
-Experimental Economics (10 credits)
-Industrial Economics (10 credits)
-Labour Economics (10 credits)
-Project (10 credits)
-Public Finance (10 credits)
-Public Sector Economics: Microeconomic Applications (10 credits)
-Topics in Financial Econometrics (10 credits)

You'll complete a piece of independent research carried out over three months of the summer, guided by a supervisor. The dissertation, of up to 10,000 words, is worth 80 credits and offers you the chance to examine a topic in depth and to develop your academic research skills.

The Department of Economics and Related Studies was ranked eighth in the UK for the impact of its research in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework.

Since its foundation, members of the Department have made pioneering contributions in econometrics, as well as in public economics, health economics, macroeconomics and finance, experimental economics, economic theory, and economic history. York is one of only three UK institutions to receive five stars from the Centre of Higher Education Development for postgraduate economics.

Careers

The Masters will act as a springboard to a professional career in applied economics and econometrics. It is also an ideal preparation for a PhD. Research shows that around 80 per cent of our department's MSc graduates go on to economics related careers.

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The MSc Real Estate is a conversion programme for graduates from other academic disciplines and is accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). Read more
The MSc Real Estate is a conversion programme for graduates from other academic disciplines and is accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). It is one degree programme with three distinct pathways:
-Commercial/Residential Real Estate
-International Real Estate
-Hotel and Hospitality

All three pathways are viewed as a single cohort. The programme will provide you with all the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in the real estate profession and will prepare you for the challenge of completing the Assessment of Professional Competence (APC) to become a Chartered Surveyor.

The MSc Real Estate is available for full-time study only. Given the intensity of the programme, you are advised to live in or near Oxford. Please note this course has a September start only.

Come to our MSc Real Estate Visit Day to find out more about the programme and the University - http://rec.brookes.ac.uk/events/msc-real-estate-visit-days.html

Why choose this course?

All MSc Real Estate students will be paired with and mentored by a recent graduate from the programme who will support and help in careers' advice, study and professional development. The majority of the teaching staff are professionally qualified as Chartered Surveyors, Planners, Lawyers or Accountants, each of them is dedicated to providing excellent teaching.

Learning is enhanced by external speakers, field trips and management support from the industry, provided by seven of the major international real estate consultancies who sponsor the programmes: CBRE, Cluttons, Cushman & Wakefield, GVA, Jones Lang LaSalle, Knight Frank and Savills. The programme has always enjoyed a very successful level of graduate employment. Our students find employment in both the major international real estate consultancies and local firms.

The programme is well respected in all areas of the industry and we also have alumni in real estate management companies, banks, financial institutions, government bodies and corporates. The small cohort (about 40 students each year) means more individual attention, excellent group dynamics in lectures/discussions, good opportunities for socialising, sharing experiences, supporting each other and creating lasting friendships.

This course in detail

The MSc Real Estate comprises 11 or 12 compulsory taught modules (depending on your chosen pathway) and a structured Applied Real Estate Project. It provides you with a thorough grounding in the skills and expertise necessary for a career in real estate.

Each module, except one, is 10 credits and the MSc qualification is 180 credits.

Please note: as programmes are reviewed regularly as part of our quality assurance framework, the module list you choose from may vary from what is shown here.

Autumn Semester
-Valuation and Investment (10 credits - all pathways)
-Real Estate Law (10 credits – all pathways)
-Real Estate Economics (10 credits – all pathways)
-Integrative Professional Practice (10 credits – all pathways)
-Construction and Sustainability (10 credits – all pathways)
-Real Estate Management (10 credits – all pathways)

Spring Semester
-Corporate Real Estate (10 credits – all pathways)
-Real Estate Finance and Business Economics (10 credits – all pathways)
-Real Estate Development Appraisal (10 credits – all pathways)
-UK Planning and Development (10 credits – Commercial/Residential pathways)
-International Planning and Development (10 credits – International pathway)
-Real Estate Investment Strategy (10 credits – Commercial/Residential pathway)
-International Real Estate Investment (10 credits – International pathway)
-UK Real Estate Law (10 credits – Commercial/Residential pathway)
-International Real Estate Law (10 credits – International pathway)
-Contemporary Issues (10 credits - Hotel & Hospitality pathway)
-Corporate Risk Governance (20 credits - Hotel & Hospitality pathway)

Summer - The work required for this part of the programme can be undertaken away from the university with email and internet support.
-Applied Real Estate Project (50 credits – all pathways)
-Real Estate Markets (10 credits – all pathways)

The PGDip and PGCert are available as exit awards only; students need 120 credits for the PGDip and 60 credits for the PGCert.

Teaching and learning

The philosophy of the MSc programme is to provide you with a theoretical framework in the early modules and to build on this in the latter stages with practical, real life examples and case studies.

Learning methods include lectures, seminars, tutorials, project work and independent study. Teaching is organised around the component modules, involving a total of around 20 hours of teaching time per week over each 12-week teaching semester.

The semester system requires examinations to be taken at the end of each teaching period. It is a very intensive course and you undertake a substantial amount of private study and project work. The Real Estate Markets module draws together the different subjects taught on the programme and incorporates a number of field trips in the UK and Europe.

Careers and professional development

The MSc Real Estate programme at Brookes is highly respected in the profession.

In the case of UK students, it is normal for our students to secure employment before the programme ends. Most students work for the big international real estate companies in London, but our students have also been successful in securing employment in smaller niche practices in London or in other areas of the country.

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Supply Chain and Operations Management. Supply Chain and Procurement Management. Supply Chain and Logistics Management. Read more
Supply Chain and Operations Management
Supply Chain and Procurement Management
Supply Chain and Logistics Management
MSc/PgDip/PgCert (Cips Graduate Diploma and MCIPS)

Accredited by the Chartered Institute for Procurement and Supply (CIPS) and the Chartered Institute for Logistics and Transport (CILT).

Supply Chain Management

encompasses everything, from initial design, through to procurement of material and services, processing and delivery to the customer. In the modern world, customer satisfaction and sustainable business performance are both dependent on having the right product or service at the right place at the right time, and this cannot be done without an understanding of Supply Chain Management in its entirety.

The overall objective of the course is to provide high calibre graduates with an in-depth understanding of strategic, tactical and operational issues relating to management of supply chains. On completion of the course, participants will be equipped with state-of-the-art concepts, methods, techniques and tools to allow them to contribute towards the competitiveness of industrial and commercial organisations worldwide.

The course is suitable for:

•People who work or are planning to work within Supply Chain Management, eg operations, process management, operations planning and control, purchasing and procurement, logistics and distribution, amongst others.
•People with a background in support functions such as sales, maintenance, finance, marketing, quality, etc who wish to gain a better understanding of Supply Chain Management issues, concepts, models, tools and techniques.

The knowledge and skills you will gain through the course will make you a valuable resource in any supply chain-based enterprise - where you can contribute immediately - and make a difference!

Course Content:
The programme for the course comprises the following modules:
•Business, Operations and Supply Chain Strategy (10 Credits)
•Strategic Supply Chain Management (10 Credits)
•Supply Chain Operations (10 Credits)
•Management of Total Quality and Continuous Improvement (10 Credits)
•Enterprise Resource Planning (10 Credits)
•Advanced Project Management (10 Credits)
•Product Costing and Financial Management (10 Credits)
•Case Studies in Supply Chain Management (20 Credits)
•Masters Project (60 Credits)

Operations Management Specialism
•Fundamentals of Lean Six Sigma (10 Credits)
•Service Operations Management (10 Credits)
•Operations Management Option (10 Credits)

Logistics Management Specialism
•Logistics (10 Credits)
•Spreadsheet Modelling and Demand Forecasting (10 Credits)
•Logistics Management Option (10 Credits)

Procurement Management Specialism
•Strategic Procurement Management (10 Credits)
•Organisation Buying Behaviour and Structure (10 Credits)
•Procurement Management Option (10 Credits)

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Gain a thorough grounding in theoretical and applied finance. Our MSc in Finance and Econometrics will give you access to exceptional teaching and facilities. Read more
Gain a thorough grounding in theoretical and applied finance.

Overview

Our MSc in Finance and Econometrics will give you access to exceptional teaching and facilities. Aimed at those with a prior knowledge of economics and/or mathematics, the programme provides a thorough grounding in the theory of finance, as well as the mathematical techniques needed to model complex data.

Course Content

Our MSc in Finance and Econometrics provides excellent training for careers in fields such as quantitative analysis, financial economics and financial econometrics. You'll follow a structured transition to independent research, covering topics such as financial markets, econometric methods for research and the theory of finance.

Taught by leading experts, you will complete modules to the value of 180 credits. These include 100 credits of taught modules - some core and some optional - and an 80 credit dissertation.

Modules
For the Masters you will need to take 100 credits of taught modules. There are six compulsory core modules which amount to 90 of your 100 required credits:
-Advanced Microeconomics (20 credits)
-Advanced Macroeconomics or International Macroeconomics (10 credits)
-Theory of Finance (20 credits)
-Topics in Financial Econometrics (10 credits)
-Financial Markets (10 credits)
-Econometric Methods for Research (20 credits)

In addition you'll choose 10 credits of options from:
-Applied Microeconometrics (10 credits)
-Continuous-time Finance and Derivative Assets (10 credits)
-Corporate Finance (10 credits)
-Design and Analysis of Mechanisms and Intitutions (10 credits)
-Financial Engineering (10 credits)
-Financial Market Microstructure (10 credits)
-Fixed Income Securities (10 credits)
-Investment and Portfolio Management (10 credits)
-Project (10 credits)
-Time Series (10 credits)

Dissertation
You'll complete a piece of independent research carried out over three months of the summer, guided by a supervisor. The dissertation, of up to 10,000 words, is worth 80 credits and offers you the chance to examine a topic in depth and to develop your academic research skills.

The Department of Economics and Related Studies was ranked eighth in the UK for the impact of its research in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework.

Since its foundation, members of the Department have made pioneering contributions in econometrics, as well as in public economics, health economics, macroeconomics and finance, experimental economics, economic theory, and economic history. York is one of only three UK institutions to receive five stars from the Centre of Higher Education Development for postgraduate economics.

Careers

This Masters will give you the essential postgraduate skills you need to follow a career in applied or quantitative finance, or to pursue further research. Employers will value your knowledge of econometric techniques and your ability to analyse financial markets. The MSc in Finance and Econometrics is also excellent preparation for a PhD.

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The MSc in Computational Mathematical Finance (CMF) is a dynamic new programme with the aim to deliver high quality training in the theory of Mathematical Finance with strong emphasis on computational methods. Read more

Programme description

The MSc in Computational Mathematical Finance (CMF) is a dynamic new programme with the aim to deliver high quality training in the theory of Mathematical Finance with strong emphasis on computational methods.

Currently graduates in this field are expected to have a working knowledge of advanced computational finance (including construction of algorithms and programming skills) as well as a sound knowledge of the theory of Probability and Stochastic Analysis. These are the core theories needed in the modern valuation of complex financial instruments.

This MSc programme delivers:

a flexible programme of study relevant to the needs of employers such as: top investment banks, hedge funds and asset management firms
a solid knowledge in financial derivative pricing, risk management and portfolio management
the transferable computational skills required by the modern quantitative finance world

Programme structure

You must obtain a total of 180 credits to be awarded the MSc. Over semesters 1 and 2, you will take compulsory courses worth a total of 85 credits and optional courses worth a further 35 credits. Successful performance in these courses (assessed through coursework or examinations or both) allows you to start work on a three-month dissertation project, worth 60 credits, for the award of the MSc degree.

There are two streams: the Financial stream and the Computational stream.

Compulsory courses (both streams):

Stochastic Analysis in Finance (20 credits, semester 1)
Discrete-Time Finance (10 credits, semester 1)
Finance, Risk and Uncertainty (10 credits, semester 1)
Object-Oriented Programming with Applications (10 credits, semester 1)
Risk-Neutral Asset Pricing (10 credits, semester 2)
Stochastic Control and Dynamic Asset allocation (10 credits, semester 2)
Monte Carlo Methods (5 credits, semester 2)
Research-Linked Topics (10 credits, semesters 1 and 2)

Optional courses - Computational stream:

Numerical Methods for Stochastic Differential Equations [compulsory] (5 credits, semester 2)
Numerical Partial Differential Equations [compulsory] (10 credits, semester 2)
Programming Skills - HPC MSc (10 credits, semester 1)
Parallel Numerical Algorithms - HPC MSc (10 credits, semester 1)

Optional courses - Financial stream:

Financial Risk Theory [compulsory] (10 credits, semester 2)
Optimization Methods in Finance [compulsory] (10 credits, semester 2)
Advanced Time Series Econometrics (10 credits, semester 2)
Credit Scoring (10 credits, semester 2)
Computing for Operational Research and Finance (10 credits, semester 1)
Financial Risk Management (10 credits, semester 2)
Stochastic Optimization (5 credits, semester 2)

Learning outcomes

At the end of this programme you will have:

developed personal communications skills, initiative, and professionalism within a mathematical context
developed transferable skills that maximise your prospects for future employment, including writing, oral presentation, team-working, numerical and logical problem-solving, planning and time-management
improved your ability to convey ideas in an articulate fashion, to build upon previous mathematical training and further develop logic and deductive skills
mastered standard and advanced mathematical tools used to solve applied problems relevant to the mathematical finance industry
developed quantitative and computational skills for the proficient fulfilment of tasks in the financial sector

Career opportunities

Graduates can expect to go on to work in major financial institutions or to continue their studies by joining PhD programmes.

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In this digital and data-rich era the demand for statistics graduates from industry, the public sector and academia is high, yet the pool of such graduates is small. Read more

Programme description

In this digital and data-rich era the demand for statistics graduates from industry, the public sector and academia is high, yet the pool of such graduates is small. The recent growth of data science has increased the awareness of the importance of statistics, with the analysis of data and interpretation of the results firmly embedded within this newly recognised field.

This programme is designed to train the next generation of statisticians with a focus on the newly recognised field of data science. The syllabus combines rigorous statistical theory with wider hands-on practical experience of applying statistical models to data. In particular the programme includes:

classical and Bayesian ideologies
linear and generalised linear models
computational statistics applied to a range of models and applications
regression
data analysis

Graduates will be in high demand. It is anticipated that the majority of students will be employed as statisticians within private and public institutions providing statistical advice/consultancy.

Programme structure

To be awarded the MSc degree you need to obtain a total of 180 credits. All students take courses during semester 1 and 2 to the value of 120 credits of which compulsory course units comprise 60 credits. Successful performance in these courses (assessed via coursework or examinations or both) permits you to start work on your dissertation (60 credits) for the award of the MSc degree. The dissertation will generally take the form of two consultancy-style case projects or an externally supervised project.

Compulsory courses (60 credits):

Statistical Theory (10 credits, semester 1)
Statistical Regression Models (10 credits, semester 1)
Bayesian Theory (10 credits, semester 1)
Statistical Programming (10 credits, semester 1)
Bayesian Data Analysis (10 credits, semester 2)
Likelihood and Generalised Linear Models (10 credits, semester 2)

Optional courses (60 credits) include:

Data Analysis (20 credits, semester 1)
Introductory Applied Machine Learning (10 credits, semester 1)
Text Technologies for Data Science (10 credits, semester 1)
Fundamentals of Optimization (10 credits, semester 1)
The Analysis of Survival Data (10 credits, semester 2)
Stochastic Modelling (10 credits, semester 2)
Multilevel Modelling (20 credits, semester 2)
Large Scale Optimization for Data Science (10 credits, semester 2)
Modern Optimization Methods for Big Data Problems (10 credits, semester 2)
Time Series Analysis and Forecasting (5 credits, semester 2)
Combinatorial Optimization (5 credits, semester 2)
Probabilistic Modelling and Reasoning (10 credits, semester 2)

Learning outcomes

At the end of this programme you will have:

knowledge and understanding of statistical theory and its applications within data science
the ability to formulate suitable statistical models for new problems, fit these models to real data and correctly interpret the results
the ability to assess the validity of statistical models and their associated limitations
practical experience of implementing a range of computational techniques using statistical software R and BUGS/JAGS

Career opportunities

Trained statisticians are in high demand both in public and private institutions. This programme will provide graduates with the necessary statistical skills, able to handle and analyse different forms of data, interpret the results and effectively communicate the conclusions obtained.

Graduates will have a deep knowledge of the underlying statistical principles coupled with practical experience of implementing the statistical techniques using standard software across a range of application areas, ensuring they are ideally placed for a range of different job opportunities.

The degree is also excellent preparation for further study in statistics or data science.

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The programme disseminates imaging knowledge, skills and understanding, in order to enable effective and efficient use of imaging, clinically, in research and in industry. Read more

Programme description

The programme disseminates imaging knowledge, skills and understanding, in order to enable effective and efficient use of imaging, clinically, in research and in industry.

Our flexible, intermittent, part-time, online distance learning (OLDL) programme aims to:
•provide an understanding of imaging theory, techniques, analysis and applications
•develop research planning and designing skills, incorporating imaging
•enable interpretation and analysis of relevant imaging data
•relate imaging research to clinical applications

Online learning

Our online learning technology is fully interactive, award-winning and enables you to communicate with our highly qualified teaching staff from the comfort of your own home or workplace.

Our online students not only have access to Edinburgh’s excellent resources, but also become part of a supportive online community, bringing together students and tutors from around the world.

Programme structure

You may choose to study to Certificate, Diploma or Masters level.

Year 1: Certificate
You will complete the compulsory courses:

Techniques & physics (core – 20 credits)
Practicalities & safety (core – 10 credits)

You will complete 30 credits from the following options:

Applications in disease research (optional – 10 credits)
Clinical applications (optional – 10 credits)
Digital image processing & analysis (optional – 20 credits)
Image interpretation & evaluation (optional – 20 credits)

Year 2: Diploma
You will complete the compulsory courses:

Statistics (core - 10 credits)
Study design (core - 10 credits)

You will complete 40 credits from the following options:

Biomechanics (optional - 10 credits)
Light microscopy (optional – 10 credits)
Preclinical imaging (optional - 10 credits)
Neuro-anatomy (optional – 10 credits)
Body anatomy (optional – 10 credits)
Translational imaging (optional – 10 credits)
Cardiovascular imaging (optional – 10 credits)
Oncologic imaging (optional – 10 credits), and


Year 3: Masters
You will complete practical work (a project) and assessed activities.

Postgraduate Professional Development

If you are looking for a shorter course option, we offer online credit-bearing courses which run for 11 weeks at a time. These lead to a University of Edinburgh postgraduate award of academic credit.

You may take a maximum of 50 credits worth of courses through our Postgraduate Professional Development scheme. These credits will be recognised in their own right at postgraduate level, or may be put towards gaining a higher award, such as a Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma or MSc.

Career opportunities

Clinical graduates will exit the programme with improved clinical image management skills, and will also be better able to advise companies and businesses which develop tools and techniques for their specialties, where imaging is required. For pre-clinically focused students, an imaging skill set expands academic possibilities and is more likely to assist with translational techniques necessary to bridge the preclinical and clinical sciences.

The degree will also be attractive as a preliminary qualification before undertaking career training in hospital Medical Physics (for physicists and engineers), as well as a preliminary qualification before taking a PhD or research scientist post involving medical physics, medical imaging, biomechanics in academia or industry.

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Gain a thorough foundation in the tools required to analyse aspects of public policy. York enjoys a prominent international reputation in public economics and in the use of economics in the design of social policy. Read more
Gain a thorough foundation in the tools required to analyse aspects of public policy.

Overview

York enjoys a prominent international reputation in public economics and in the use of economics in the design of social policy. If you already work in the public sector, the NHS or for an international agency, the MSc in Economics and Public Policy will help you upgrade your existing skills. You'll gain more exposure to up-to-date techniques and knowledge relevant to policy analysis in social and other public policy areas, and to public sector administration and financial management.

If you have completed a degree in economics, the Masters will allow you to build on this by gaining further knowledge and expertise in more specialised areas, such as health economics, social policy analysis and public finance.

The programme is also suitable for those with a background in disciplines such as government, sociology, mathematics or natural sciences, who wish to develop their abilities in economics and related areas, particularly economic and social policy, administration and management. If you don't have a strong background in economics, but have other relevant qualifications or experience, you can take a Summer Session course in Economics and Quantitative Methods.

Course Content

The MSc in Economics and Public Policy will offer you a thorough training in core areas of economics used in the evaluation of public policy. Taught by leading experts, you'll complete modules to the value of 180 credits. This includes 100 credits of taught modules - some core and some optional - and an 80 credit dissertation.

Modules
For the Masters you will take 100 credits of taught modules. There are five core modules which make up 80 of your 100 taught credits:
-Applied Microeconomics 1 and Applied Microeconomics 2 or Advanced Microeconomics (20 credits)
-Public Policy Analysis (20 credits)
-Econometrics 1 & 2 or Statistics and Econometrics or Econometric Methods for Research orEconometrics 1 and Applied Microeconometrics (20 credits)
-Public Finance (10 credits)
-Public Sector Economics (10 credits)

In addition you can choose 20 credits from:
-Advanced Macroeconomics (10 credits)
-Applied Microeconometrics (10 credits)
-Design and Analysis of Mechanisms and Institutions (10 credits)
-Evaluation of Health Policy (10 credits)
-Experimental Economics (10 credits)
-Health and Development (10 credits)
-Industrial Economics (10 credits)
-International Macroeconomics (10 credits)
-Labour Economics (10 credits)
-Project (10 credits)

You'll complete a piece of independent research carried out over three months of the summer, guided by a supervisor. The dissertation, of up to 10,000 words, is worth 80 credits and offers you the chance to examine a topic in depth and to develop your academic research skills.

Careers

The MSc in Economics and Public Policy will open up a broad range of career options in government, the public sector, health or public administration. It is an ideal basis for progression to a PhD.

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