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Study

Fees and funding

Tuition Fees for 2017/18

UK/EU (Home) Students

  • Full-time: £4,590 per year

Non UK/EU (Overseas) Students

  • Full-time: £9,690 per year

Your classification for fees purposes - whether you pay fees as a home or overseas student - will be determined in accordance with UK Home Office guidelines.

As a full-time student, you will spend the majority of your working time in research at the University. You are expected to dedicate yourself full-time to your research.

Students wishing to pursue part time distant study should look at the PhD Executive programme.

Funding and support

The Cass PhD provides funding, research and travel support to PhD students.

Each year several four-year scholarships are available. These are allocated on a competitive basis across the School. Scholarship students receive a tax-free living support of £16,057 per annum and a full tuition waiver, guaranteed for four years.

All Cass students can apply for travel funding for academic conferences if their research paper is accepted for presentation.

Students also have the opportunities to teach courses or act as teaching or research assistants to earn extra income and gain valuable experience.

15 Cass PhD Studentships Available

We are offering 15 PhD studentships comprising tuition fees and maintenance grant of £16,057 per annum for four years, starting in October 2017. Studentships also offer funding for conference attendance throughout the four year period.

Applications close on 28 February 2017 but high quality applicants may be made fast-tracked offers before that date.

1x Ana Timberlake Scholarship in Econometrics

The PhD Studentship in Memory of Ana Timberlake is a scholarship lasting up to 4 years, offered by the Centre for Econometric Analysis at Cass with the generous support of Timberlake Consultants.

The "Ana Timberlake" Award Holder is expected to undertake a research project on a theoretical/applied/financial econometrics and/or quantitative finance topic under the supervision of Professor Giovanni Urga

The scholarship offers a bursary of £16,000 per annum in addition to the payment of the tuition fees for up to 4 years.

Applications close on 28 February 2017.

Make an application

In order to be considered for one of the Studentships above please ensure you have a full application made in your appropriate subject area from the link below:

Application to MPhil - PhD in Accounting
Application to MPhil - PhD in Actuarial Science
Application to MPhil - PhD in Finance
Application to MPhil - PhD in Management