The Graduate program in Economics at the University of Calgary is looking for applicants with exceptional academic credentials and the drive to excel at scholarly research. We’re excited to invite you to join two online webinars to learn more — sign up below.
The University of Calgary offers excellent training in economics at both the Master's and PhD level. Our program trains leaders in environmental economics, energy economics, international trade, public finance, industrial organization, and labour economics. We provide the collaborative, supportive and intellectually stimulating environment for the discovery and development of advanced economic research.
Our faculty are leaders in their fields. They publish in the American Economic Review and Journal of Political Economy; present at the National Bureau of Economic Research and American Economic Association conferences; and speak at Stanford University, Harvard University and University of Pennsylvania. Our faculty include members of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research and National Bureau of Economic Research, former editorial board members of the American Economic Review and Journal of International Economics, and the president of the Canadian Economic Association.
We are very proud of all our former students’ accomplishments. Recent academic placements include University of Melbourne, University of Alberta, Georgia Institute of Technology, Queen’s University, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, among others. Recent private sector placements include Twitter, Citi Group, RBC Bank, RS Energy, Charles River Associates, Canadian Pacific, TransAlta and Enbridge, among others. Government placements include Central Bank of Mexico, Industry Canada, Alberta Utilities Commission, Inter-American Development Bank, Statistics Canada, to name a few.
Calgary is a safe, dynamic, multicultural city of over 1 million people in western Canada. Nestled by the Rocky Mountains, Calgary’s high quality of life ranked fourth in the Economist Intelligency Unit’s 2018 ranking of the world’s most liveable cities.