Our standing among the UK's best Economics Departments means that our students leave York with the skills and knowledge to succeed in the next step in their careers.
York graduates have pursued highly successful careers in a wide range of different areas, including:
- Accountancy, Banking and Finance
- Development, International Organizations and NGOs
- Economic and Management Consultancy
- Healthcare Consultancies
- Public Sector, Politics and Policy
- Teaching and Academic Research
The Employability Tutorial is available to all undergraduates and taught postgraduates this term. Students will be introduced to the Tutorial in a timetabled session organised with your Careers Liaison Officer - in most cases, second and third year undergraduates, and taught postgraduates this term, and first year undergraduates in the spring. You will receive an email from us regarding times and venues for these sessions.
The Tutorial is designed to help you to make the most of your time at York, and to help you to make choices about and plan for your future. It is an online self-study resource, accessed through the Yorkshare VLE.
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Looking for more help with work, volunteering and career planning then check out the Student Homepage.
The careers department at York was critical to the success of my job application. Friendly and always available; the department ensured that any request I had was dealt with immediately. I would strongly recommend anyone, whether or not you are applying to a graduate/internship role to get in touch. To give you confidence and self-evaluation, to see your strengths and give you direction.
Ben Thorley, 3rd Year Econonomics