Rose completed a BA in Economics at the University of Manchester in 2016, for which she was awarded a first. She then undertook a Research Methods Internship at the Manchester Centre for Health Economics. Following this she completed an MSc in Economics at the University of Manchester in 2017, achieving a merit.
In September 2017, Rose was awarded PhD funding by the Medical Research Council Doctoral Training Partnership. She is also a receipient of the President's Doctoral Scholar Award. Her research is looking at understanding later-life health consequences of early life non-cognitive skills formation using UK cohort studies.