UCL Department of Economics



Whether you have a good idea of what you want to do after graduating from UCL or haven’t made firm plans yet, UCL Careers
Service can help.

Advice on further study
and funding information can be found here too.


UCL Careers Service

Careers Advisers visit graduate employers all year round to find out about their graduate schemes and what they look for in applications and interviews and provide useful feedback and advice on how to market yourself effectively.

We also provide:

  • Economics Forum with a panel of recent graduate Economists to talk about their role and how they got there, followed by networking
  • Events including the Economics and Finance Fair and the Investment Banking Fair
  • Employer presentations and skills sessions
  • Deciding what you want to do when you graduate
  • Checking applications, CVs and Covering Letters
  • Interview coaching
  • For a full programme of what we offer please see www.ucl.ac.uk/careers

What do UCL Economics Graduates do?

Recently graduates have gone on to a variety of roles including those in the finance and banking, public, research and political sectors. Here are a few examples of recent graduates:

  • Graduate trainee schemes in banks such as HSBC, Goldman Sachs and UBS
  • Other Investment Banking roles such as Risk Analyst, Financial Analyst, Junior Trader and Sales Trader
  • Graduate trainees in professional services such as PWC and Deloitte
  • Actuaries
  • Demand Planner in a large Pharmaceutical company
  • Economists in the Government Economic Service (GES)
  • Project management
  • Management Consultancy with organisations such as Bain
  • Intern with one of the major political parties
  • Civil Service Policy Advisor

Further Study included:

  • MSc Finance
  • Msc Environmental Economics
  • MSc  and Mphil in Economics
  • Graduate Diploma in Law

For further information and support contact your Careers Service at www.ucl.ac.uk/careers

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