University of Kent
  • Employability

    The career prospects for our graduates are excellent. The School is placed 5th for graduate prospects in both The Guardian University Guide 2016 and the Complete University Guide 2017.
  • Advice

    It's important that students not only get a good degree in Economics, but that they prepare for life after university. The School offers support and advice on what to do after an Economics degree.
  • Placements and internships

    We encourage our students to gain valuable work experience while at university, whether it's a spring week, a summer internship or a year working in industry.
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Keynes CollegeEconomics at Kent has been recognised for its excellent employability record in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016. The School is ranked 7th for Graduate Prospects (based on 88% of full-time, first degree UK graduates taking up professional level employment or further study within 6 months of graduation*). Other results in this league table include 13th for Teaching Quality and 16th for Student Experience, placing us in the top quarter for each of these measures.

Employability Points LogoKent Union LogoCES LogoThere will be a talk on Wednesday 30th September at 2pm in ELT2 about Employability Schemes available at the University of Kent. There will be speakers from Employability Points, Kent Union and the Careers and Employability Service. It will be a really useful and informative talk which is relevant to all students. Please do come along! 

If you have just graduated from University or you are just thinking about your future career you may be interested in a live chat hosted by the Guardian website.

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government economic service logoThe Government Economic Service: Economist Fast Stream Scheme for 2016 will be open for applications on Tuesday 1st September.

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Students graduating

Next week is graduation day for our final year students. Canterbury cathedral will be packed with proud parents and graduands receiving their degrees. But then what?

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