We guide you through the completion of your PhD on an ongoing basis on how to apply econometric tools for analysing data effectively as part of your dissertation. Whether your PhD is in economics, management, or finance, our tutors are available to assist you with developing the econometric component of your project. Our level of service commences from guiding you in collating data, constructing datasets, as well as, applying econometric modeling and interpreting your results in line with your overall PhD topic.
A PhD is about knowing your field thoroughly, making a useful contribution, mastering appropriate econometric techniques and knowing their limitations. You should also learn how to communicate in a professional way and make something ‘your own’. By interacting with Econometrics Tutors ™ and industry experts from the management consulting firm Loizou & Co, you will get an independent assessment of the quality of your work, allowing you to revisit or rethink certain aspects of your work. Our tutors can also assist you in deciding how and where to publish your research.
Econometrics Tutors ™ assist you towards your PhD Viva preparation by creating mock Viva sessions and questions especially on the econometric part of your PhD thesis.
What is more, Econometrics Tutors ™ assist you towards your PhD Viva preparation by creating mock Viva sessions and questions especially on the econometric part of your PhD thesis. Every viva examination is different, so it is not possible to know in advance exactly what the examiners will ask you. However, there are some common questions which you may like to practice as part of your own preparations. Econometrics Tutors ™ offer you a framework for revision and study.
Our specialist tutors will assist you preparing in the following parts of your Viva exam:
A PhD is awarded on the basis of a thesis in applied econometrics, generally in the form of three scientific articles. Our tutors have the experience and wisdom to guide you through creating empirical illustrations with a strong methodological component.