I didn't know where else to post this but one of the mods can move it if it would belong somewhere else.
I've been searching for graduate programs outside the US which take a heterodox or even explicitly Marxian approach to economics.
I'm applying to programs for the coming year (i take my GRE this thursday, which me luck) and thought the information I gathered would be useful for other folks as well.
Dr. Jonathan F. Cogliano gave me the following information on programs where one can study Marx and contemporary Marxian economics:
The Economics or Development Studies programs at the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London,
The Institute of Management Studies at Goldsmiths, University of London,
The Economics Program at Kingston University in London,
and possible the University of Leeds.
If anyone has any other information please do leave it in a reply!
I've reached out to many other programs across Europe to see what schools of economics their faculty are but haven't received many replies. I was told by some family members that getting into graduate programs is very much a "who you know" rather than a "what you know" in the sense that you have to try and hope someone with pull at the department wants you in their program. If anyone has information for someone with a social science background who wants to further their studies academically in a Marxian environment, please do chat!