Information for new students joining September 2021
We are delighted that you will be joining one of our Economics programmes in September 2021. Below you will find key information to prepare for the start of your chosen postgraduate programme.
Registration opens in August. You will receive an email from the University with your:
- University email address
- Your GUID (unique ID number)
- A link to register
Please note you must have accepted your unconditional offer in order to register as a student.
We would encourage you to start the registration process as early as possible.
Enrolment is the process for choosing your courses and classes to build your timetable for the year. You must complete academic registration before you can begin enrolment. Once you have completed enrolment, you will find your personal timetable on MyCampus.
How to choose online or on-campus when enrolling
Please check our New Student Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for instructions by following the link below.
Enrolment guidance by programme (PDF)
Please click the relevant link below to view the enrolment guidance for your programme:
- MSc Development Studies enrolment guidance
- MSc Economic Development enrolment guidance
- MSc Environment & Sustainable Development enrolment guidance
- MSc Finance & Economic Development enrolment guidance
- MSc Economics Banking & Finance Enrolment guidance
- MSc International Banking & Finance enrolment guidance
- MSc Asset Pricing & Investment enrolment guidance
- MSc Financial Economics enrolment guidance
- MSc Financial Forecasting & Investment enrolment guidance
- MSc Financial Risk Management enrolment guidance
- MSc Investment Banking and Finance enrolment guidance
- MSc Quantitative Finance enrolment guidance
For students joining programmes in CEFS and CDS, we strongly advise you to enrol only on core courses until the elective fair the Induction Week has taken place.
MSc Data Analytics for Economics and Finance
If you have any questions relating to your programme please contact your Programme Team at email@example.com.
Please note that we cannot answer questions relating to applications, admissions or fees etc. For further details regarding these issues please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Your electronic handbook
Once you have registered and received your student number and log in information (GUID), you will be able to access our Postgraduate Student Information Point moodle page. This will be your electronic handbook which you can refer to throughout your studies. Here you can find information about University and School regulations and policies.
During Induction we will share with you all the information you need to feel welcomed to the Adam Smith Business School and prepared to start your journey with us, regardless of your subject area.
You can start getting ready to join us by looking at our Glasgow Essentials open access site.
Adam Smith Business School Induction
As you begin your journey with us, you’ll be invited to take part in our induction programme which will run from 13 September 2021, this will help you to;
• Familiarise yourself with the Adam Smith Business School
• Connect with your teaching staff and other students
• Learn about the support services and career development activities available to you
Induction will take a blended approach, you will have access to a timetable which will outline sessions that you should attend and the format these will take.
MRes Economics Induction
The MRes Economics programme starts with a two-week introductory course in mathematics on Monday 6 September 2021.
Your Induction Timetable
Your programme timetable
You will create your timetable in MyCampus when you enrol in courses but remember that much of your learning will take place asynchronously. Asynchronous activities can be completed at your own pace and you will see them referred to as Online ANYTIME on your timetable. You will find information about these activities on each course Moodle page instead of your timetable.
Synchronous sessions are live and timetabled. You will see them referred to as Online LIVE or with a room location on your timetable. For Online LIVE classes, these will take place online and you will find the Zoom/meeting links on your Moodle page. Where there is a room listed, this will be an on-campus session.