Seminars and Events
Andrew Chesher delivers the Leonid Hurwicz Lecture at the 2013 Warsaw International Economic Meeting, July 4th
You will continue to study ECONG105, ECONG106, ECONG107
PLUS two options from list excluding MSc core courses.
||Preparation begins in the Easter vacation and the bulk of the work is carried out during the months July to September.|
Students must complete the MRes Programme before they can progress on to the MPhil/PhD.
|Year One: MPhil Programme||
You will start working on your thesis and undertaking your research
work. Also, you will
be required to attend a reading and presentation workshop (during term two). At the end of this workshop you will make your
first presentation of your research topic.
A second seminar in September is the upgrade seminar in which you will give a presentation of your own research work. At the end of this seminar faculty members decide about your upgrade from MPhil to PhD status.
|Year Two: PhD Programme||You will continue to work on your thesis with the aim of taking up Completing Research Status (CRS) towards the end of your third year.|
|Year Three: PhD Programme||
This is the year where you should be working on your
job market paper. By the end of your third year you will be expected to
take up Completing Research Status (CRS).