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Graduate Destinations

Our graduates follow a wide range of career paths, employment opportunities mostly being in the public sector, the private sector, third sector organisations and in academia to pursue postgraduates degrees.

Featured alumni

Harry Boulton, BSc Economics

Football-mad Harry went to the University's Ingenuity Lab with the idea of creating affordable, high-quality and innovative goalkeeping equipment. He has since developed his business idea into an exciting new venture, Thorne Goalkeeping.

One of the key things I’ve learned is the importance of collaboration. I benefit from mentoring from successful entrepreneurs who share their knowledge and add real value to my business.

 

Read Harry's story.

Muz Janoowalla, economics and econometrics alumnus

After starting his career using analytics to advise the police, Home Office and Ministry of Justice, Muz moved to Accenture to lead an innovative project using digital technology to tackle youth violence.

There have been some high profile cases where analytics have been used to predict terror attacks, identify victims of child abuse, catch bank robbers and identify serial killers – so it definitely works.

 

Read Muz's story.

 

2017

The following are some examples of the employment positions filled by economics graduates at Nottingham since graduating in 2017:

  • Citibank (Analyst, Investment Banking Division): Jack Rafferty
  • Deloitte Digital (Marketing and Insights Division): Danny Bav
  • AIG (Bond Underwriter): Alexander Dooler
  • Next Plc (Trainee Merchansider): Rhian Sampson
  • PwC (Management Consultant): Liam McTiernan and Charles Udora
  • PwC (Assurance Graduate Scheme, Newcastle): William Roe
  • Investment banking and equity funds: Martynas Isciukas
  • Department for Education (Data Analyst, Data Science Division, Education and Skills Funding Agency): Christopher Brownlie
  • Demos (internship): Aram Hawa

Below are some of those who are now studying MSc and MPhils:

  • Jack Millar: MPhil Economics at the University of Oxford
  • Karun Advani: MSc Economics at University College London
  • Freddy Cantor: MSc Real Estate at the University of Reading
  • Bety Mehide: MSc Technology Innovation at the University of Washington

2015

These are some examples of where our 2015 graduates moved on to:

Graduate employment

  • Ernst & Young: Grace Tickle, Nikunj Majithia, Nicola Mounteney
  • KPMG: Temitope Bamkole
  • BP: Harry Canning
  • GlaxoSmithKline: Kate Starkey
  • Deloitte: Chris Reeve, Jay Madani, Alex Edwards, Chris Morgan, Becky Welton
  • Bank of England: Hasdeep Sethi
  • PwC: Victoria James, Georgia Dowler, Hannah Audino, Ankeet Pancholi
  • Bank of New York Mellon: Francesca Miller
  • Lloyds Banking Group: Global Corporates, Kishan Modha
  • Berenberg Bank: Tom Badger
  • HM Revenue and Customs: Fergus Claridge
  • Telefonica Digital: Anna Clarke (Anna will eventually be based in Spain, South America or San Francisco)
  • Rolls Royce: Vivek Panchmatia
  • Deutsche Bank: Scott Hayden
  • L'Oreal: Katie Harvey
  • Macquarie Funds Group: Aisha Natamkar
  • Fidelity Worldwide Investments: Genie Huang
  • Royal Bank of Scotland: Sarah Aird
  • Goldman Sachs: Amelia Derry
  • De Vere Group: Ajay Jones
  • Tom Lansdowne and Louis Adams co-founded a start-up business, London Accent Ltd, while on their year abroad in Paris and they will both be working full-time on this

Going on to study a masters degree

  • Camilia Berrada: Imperial College
  • Tengku Mohamed Asyraf: UCL

2014

These students are among many who have secured excellent job offers:

Graduate employment

  • KPMG (Investment Management, auditing): Carly McGuinness, Oliver Lestner, Ben Finestein, Tom Hindson
  • Ernst & Young (auditing, consulting, tax, assurance): Michael White, Stephen Moses, Oliver Sanker, Adam Jacobson
  • PwC (actuarial, consultancy, assurance, risk): Harry Bell, Jack Haber, Daniel Lehmann, Shivani Desai, Thomas Horne
  • Barclays (business analyist, investment and corporate banking, innovation): Serena Manon, Jacob Woolfstein, Dominic Childs, Katie Mulle, Zach Elsawey
  • Grant Thornton (tax investigation, auditing): Chris Harden, Ben Dilworth, Tom Nuttall, Jessica O'Malley
  • Royal Bank of Scotland (auditing): Stuart Dickson, Toby Rowe, James Eldridge
  • Deloitte (technology consulting, tax): Rosa Shaul, Joe Cohen
  • Goldman Sachs (analyst, asset management): Anna Tasker, Georgia Bruce
  • Bank of America Merrill Lynch (investment banking): Becky Corker
  • JP Morgan (markets): Adam Cudworth
  • E.ON (market analysis and strategy): George Sugden
  • Nomura (operations): Matt Walker
  • Teach First: Matthew Huff
  • Deutsche Bank (Sales and Trading): Roham Kermani
  • BDO (auditing): Cara Hyde, Michael Rothwell
  • Central Bank of Malaysia: Saiful Salihuddin
  • BlackRock (investment management): Katie Barrie
  • OC&C (strategy consulting): Dominic Robinson
  • Blick Rothenberg: Dan King
  • Unilever (future leaders programme): Sabrina Mistry

Going on to study a masters degree

  • Mustapha Ili: Florida State University
  • John Brown: UCL
  • Tony Ma: UCL (then PwC audit)
  • Lu Zhengxi: Nottingham
  • Janesha Katuwawala: Nottingham

 

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