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  MRes/PhD Finance and Economics

University of Warwick    Warwick Business School

Full time September Other, MRes 2 + 4 years full-time Award winner
Economics (10) Finance (14)

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Unleash your potential in the financial world with the MRes/PhD Finance and Economics programme at the University of Warwick. Delve into impactful research at the prestigious Warwick Business School, where you will explore crucial financial aspects influencing businesses. This fully-funded programme offers a structured curriculum and personalized mentorship to nurture your research skills and deepen your expertise. Embrace a culture of curiosity and innovation as you pursue a career in academia or top positions in international organizations and central banks. With a focus on cutting-edge research areas such as Asset Pricing, Corporate Finance, and Risk Management, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of advanced research techniques. Benefit from a 2+4 year course structure, exceptional library resources, and dedicated teaching facilities to enhance your learning experience. Join us and become a part of a vibrant research community dedicated to shaping the future of finance and economics. Are you ready to make your mark?

About the course

Make your mark on the financial world through impactful research with our Finance and Economics MRes/PhD at the University of Warwick. Study at the internationally renowned Warwick Business School, where you will have the opportunity to research key financial factors affecting businesses.

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Entry Requirements

An honours degree from a UK university or equivalent from an overseas university; plus a Masters degree, in economics or Finance (with a significant quantitative finance component). Accounting or Financial Mathematics may be considered with a significant finance component. A first-class degree and a distinction at Masters level is recommended but serves as a guideline only

A GMAT or GRE score is required and should be provided as part of your application.

You should have strong academic references and excellent potential for research.

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