The Public Economics track opens many career doors. In addition, student associations, such as the IES network, frequently ask people from governmental organisations, private companies and the civil service to make presentations. Whatever your career ambitions or areas of interest, these speakers cover every perspective from business to economics.
Graduates have found positions in:
- large banks and insurance companies
- NGOs and intergovernmental organisations such as the EU, World Bank and OECD
- development aid
- regulatory authorities
- firms and departments that have dealings with government policies