We offer a variety of scholarship and funding options to help you finance your studies at the University of Stirling.
Graduate careers in Economics
The University of Stirling Management School helps you to maximise your career after graduating with an Economics degree. Everything you do while studying here is designed to help you build the transferrable skills that will make you stand out to future employers. Your career prospects are also enhanced by our excellent links with business and policy think tanks.
Graduates with a degree in Economics are highly employable and pursue careers in many different areas. The types of roles our graduates enter include:
- Economic analyst
- Portfolio manager
- Commercial analyst
- Environment and energy analyst
- Risk manager
- Investment manager
- Intelligence analyst
- Research officer
Our Economics research has a focus on public and social policy outcomes. We use behavioural science approaches to increase our understanding of how people and firms make decisions and to inform how environmental, energy and health policy can be made more effective. Our key areas of interest are:
- Environmental and resource economics
- Public Health economics
- Work, wellbeing and ageing
Our researchers work across many areas and contribute to the work in interdisciplinary research centres.
Postgraduate research opportunities
Our Economics PhD programme is affiliated with the prestigious Scottish Graduate Programme in Economics and is accredited by the Economic and Social Research Council. See our PhD and MPhil opportunities in Economics.