You can study an MRes in Business or Finance, MPhil and PhD in Accountancy, Economics, Finance, Management and Property
The University of Aberdeen Business School (UABS) was formed in August 2002 by a merger of the Departments of Accountancy-Finance, Economics, Property and Management. The School also houses the Centre for European Labour Market Research, the Centre for Entrepreneurship and the Centre for Property Research.
UABS provides a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and has a firm commitment to the promotion of research. As part of the Association of Business Schools (ABS), the School has access to expert advice and up-to-date information on developments in Business and Management to help improve the quality of our programmes.
All applicants for these programmes must have at least a good Honours degree in a relevant discipline; if English is not their first language they must also show evidence of attaining standards in English.
Further information on each discipline, including further entry requirements, research interests, careers of recent graduates and sources of funding, can be found in the respective discipline entries.
Key Programme Information
At a Glance
- Degree Qualification
- MPhil, MRes or PhD
An extensive portfolio of research projects is being pursued in relevant areas of accountancy, management, entrepreneurship, property management, economics and finance and investment.
If you think that a specific member of staff would be suited to your proposed area of research, you may find it helpful to contact that person directly to discuss your proposal so you can be guided through the application process in more detail.
Fees and Funding
International non-EU Applicants
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There are many opportunities at the University of Aberdeen to develop your knowledge, gain experience and build a competitive set of skills to enhance your employability. This is essential for your future career success. The Careers Service can help you to plan your career and support your choices throughout your time with us, from first to final year – and beyond.
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