Economics PhD Studentships Lancaster University Management School (LUMS)

The Department of Economics has PhD studentships available to study from October 2014 for three years. Applicants should have a Masters degree in Economics or related discipline. Applicants from ALL nationalities are eligible for ALL of these studentships. Studentships are currently £16,590 for ESRC funded students and £13,500 for LUMS funded students. Full fee waivers will be granted.

There are two types of studentships: open studentships and studentships that are linked to specific projects. You can find details about the studentships and application deadlines at:

As a PhD student in the Department you will not only be working within a high quality research active environment, but at a Top 10 UK University with a world class reputation for excellence in teaching and research. Our PhD training is coordinated within the ESRC funded North West Doctoral Training Centre (NWDTC to give students wider access to advanced training courses. Economics PhD students at Lancaster are firmly embedded within the Department’s research culture and participate actively in research seminars and workshops. Students work closely with their supervisors and will be encouraged and financially supported to attend relevant training activities outside Lancaster and to present papers at conferences. Students may be required to engage in limited teaching activities – under close supervision by experienced teaching staff.

For further information please contact Themis Pavlidis

Online applications for a place on the PhD programme can be made via the Apply button below.

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Closing Date: 10/2/14

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