Theory of applied economics and techniques of data analysis

MSc in Applied Economics and Data Analysis

The MSc in Applied Economics and Data Analysis is run jointly by ISER and Department of Economics. This course provides advanced training in contemporary theory in current issues in applied economics, and in the techniques of data analysis, including analysis of longitudinal or panel data; it provides the skills necessary to analyse economic issues using appropriate data, and equips students for successful careers as professional economists in universities, government, commerce and industry.

This MSc is administered by the Department of Economics, further information for this degree can be found here:

Application deadlines:

Applications are accepted throughout the year, however most students start in October. If you are aiming for an October start date, it is recommended that you apply by July 1st. Funders may dictate start dates, so please check the guidelines when applying.

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Colchester Campus


Full-time: 1 year
Part-time: 2 years


Home/EU: £8,340 (FT)
International: £17,900 (FT)


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Fully-funded studentships through our Doctoral Training Centre

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