Our graduates opt for a wide variety of careers, including investment banking, accountancy, tax consultancy, working in government offices, auditing, derivatives trading, management consultancy, mergers and acquisitions, and many more.
Here you can read some interviews with some of our alumni and find out more about their lives after graduating from Economics at Nottingham. You can also view our graduate, postgraduate and PhD student destinations.
Adam founded South Africa's first five-a-side football league while still studying for his degree.
Natasha has worked directly with policymakers, bureaucrats and industrialists, particularly with regard to international trade.
MSc Economics and Econometrics
Vidhura has pursued a career in academia, working at the economics departments of three US universities.
Since leaving Nottingham Andreas has continued his studies in Spain and the US, where is now working on his doctoral thesis.
After graduating Iacopo continued in further education before joining Commerzbank, as a trader in its fixed income department.
Kike is on a track-and-field scholarship at the University of Florida, where she competes in women's javelin and is studying for an MSc in management.
BSc International Economics
Guy recently took up a new role with Capita, an international company specialising in IT, business process outsourcing and professional services.
MSc Economics and International Economics
Johanna received her job offer while writing her dissertation and now works at the Competition and Markets Authority.
MSc Behavioural Economics
Since graduation William has returned to Sydney to work for PwC, establishing the company's behavioural economics consultancy practice in 2014.
Niven is an environmental energy economist with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change.
Kian obtained an MSc in Economics and Econometrics at The University of Nottingham in the UK, where he also completed his PhD in 2016.
Despoina is currently a Research Fellow at the Behavioural Science Group at the University of Warwick.