Andras Voros


Accepting PhD Students

PhD projects

I am interested in supervising PhD research projects which involve the use of social network analysis to understand social processes, individual and group outcomes, or policy effectiveness. I am especially keen on getting involved in projects in the field of education (at any level).


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Personal profile


I joined the School of Social Policy as an Associate Professor in September 2022. Before that, I was a lecturer at the Department for Social Statistics at University of Manchester between 2019-2022. I spent my postdoctoral years at the Social Networks Lab of ETH Zürich in 2016-2019. I got my Sociology DPhil from Oxford in 2016, and earlier my MA in Sociology and Economics from the Corvinus University of Budapest (Hungary) in 2010. Throughout these career stages, I have been in involved in exciting research projects linking sociology, social psychology, education research, statistics, and quantitative social network analysis.

Research interests

My research focuses on understanding the dynamics of social relations and their effects on individual and group-level behaviour. I examine the evolution of social networks using cutting-edge statistical and simulation models developed for relational data in the past years. I am excited to develop new measures of social ties and extend existing methods to analyse these novel data. I have experience in such projects in educational and professional settings from a number of countries.

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Philosophy, DPhil in Sociology, University of Oxford


Award Date: 1 Jul 2016

Master of Arts, MA in Sociology and Economics, Corvinus University of Budapest


Award Date: 1 Jul 2010


  • HM Sociology
  • Social Network Analysis
  • Statistical Modelling
  • Social Psychology
  • Education
  • Network Science
  • Computational Social Science


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