University Of Auckland is the best known New Zealand University that offers a Doctor of Philosophy course in Economics. Doctoral course in Economics is available at this New Zealand University under two faculties, Faculty of Business and Economics and the Faculty of Arts. So, a student gets an opportunity to pursue this course from an angle that one wants to concentrate on.
This is a full time Doctoral in Economics course that extends to four years course period. The fee structure of this course is New Zealand Dollars 5,100 charged annually. The cut off date for the applications to be sent is 31st May 2010.
What you need to have to apply to this New Zealand University is
- A Master’s Degree in Commerce with Honors strictly in the first or second class division.
- B.com with first class Honors from University of Auckland are also considered eligible.
- Proficiency in English language must be proven by either an IELTS score of 6.5, TOEFL paper based test score of a minimum of 575 with a TWE of 4.5, TOEFL computer based score of a 233 minimum, or internet based TOEFL score of at least a 21 in writing and an aggregate of minimum 90.
Applications to the University of Auckland’s Doctoral course in Economics can be made either online or on paper. Certain enclosures need to be sent along with the application like a cross checked evidence of your legal name, citizenship status, Date of Birth, academic transcripts, copies of highest secondary school education (with grades or marks) as pursued, Document ensuring proficiency in English language as required, and a color passport sized photograph with a plain background that’s light in color but is neither back nor white. If one wishes to correspond with the University of Auckland regarding any queries, then the contact person is Mr. David Baker. That’s because he holds the designation of Director, Auckland International at this New Zealand University.
There are various residence halls available for the students of this course to choose from. Few to name are The International House, The Huia Residence and the Grafton Hall. This New Zealand University follows a strict rule by which students below the age of 18 during the beginning of the academic year must apply for home stay accommodation only.