Graduates from the programme International Economic Policy have excellent job prospects in a wide range of careers in various fields. Depending on their study focus, they may work in private businesses, international organizations or public institutions where experts are needed with a broad international economics background. Economists work in
- managerial positions in large private companies and multinational corporations as well as in consulting,
- international organizations as analysts or researchers at the IMF, central banks as well as various UN and EU organisations,
- national ministries, governmental agencies and public organisations such as trade unions, employers’ confederations or industry associations,
- non-governmental organisations (NGOs) which focus on consumer, environmental or development issues,
Economists with a strong theoretical or methodological orientation and interest may continue academic work in universities or research institutes.