Our students are going on to do great things. The most recent Destination of Leavers of Higher Education Survey (DHLE) showed that 94% of our economics graduates in 2017 were in employment or further study, just six months after graduation.
The Student Opportunity Team can help with devising and implementing your long-term career plans. They run a packed programme of employer-led skills workshops and presentations, and host careers fairs attended by a wide range of employers. Whatever you’re interested in there’ll be something to suit you.
Warwick graduates are the 4th most targeted by graduate employers
High Flyers, 2019
Studying Economics with us allows you to develop a wide range of transferable skills including skills in analysis, mathematical, statistical and data-based research, critical, strategic and creative thinking.
You will also develop your communication, team work and presentation skills, all of which can help you on a range of paths following your graduation.
Personal Development Module
Our compulsory skills module will help you address areas for development identified by employers and our students.
There's a big focus on developing both academic and employability skills and broadening your education in economics, with optional elements so you can develop the skills relevant to you.
Our e-mentoring scheme allows you to connect with our former students to gain insights and connections that can help make your career dreams a reality.
Your mentor will share advice and personal experiences, and you’ll gain a new perspective on the possibilities open to you after graduation.