The role of Accounting, Banking, Economics, Finance, Management Studies (PhD/MPhil) at Bangor University through put is amongst the highest in the UK. In the most recent Research Assessment Exercise (RAE), Accounting and Finance within the Business School has been rated as the best in the UK for the quality of research conducted by its staff, and we also have ESRC recognition for our research training (MA to PhD) in Banking and Finance.
The current and recent PhD students are a lively and friendly community. Their areas of research interest are as diverse and interesting as their backgrounds.
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For PhD: Master's degree in a relevant subject. Normally, a distinction in your Masters Degree is a requirement.
For MPhil: First or upper-second class degree in a relevant subject, such as economics, finance, accounting, business or management.
If your native language is not English, you must provide satisfactory evidence that you have an adequate knowledge and understanding of written and spoken English:
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