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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students graduating

Graduates of Kent’s School of Economics are among the most employable in the UK, according to the Guardian University Guide 2016. The School is ranked 5th in the UK for career prospects, with 86% of students finding graduate-level jobs or further study within six months of graduation, which is fantastic news in this very competive market. 

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The Employability Points Team are now welcoming applications for the paid Student Ambassador roles for the 2015-16 academic year for both Employability Points and Student Enterprise.

 

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PwC logoPwC still have a number of internships on offer this summer for penultimate year students. Areas where internships are available include assurance, deals and tax. 

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City Disabilities, an organisation set up to assist students and professionals working with disabilities, have written an interesting article on whether students with disabilities should disclose their disability to a potential employer. The article offers advice on how to decide whether to disclose or not:

http://citydisabilities.org.uk/weekly-round-disclose-disability/

board room chairsWhen preparing for an interview it is important to think about the interview questions that you will be asked. Questions such as “what are your strengths”, “what skills and experience can you bring to the role”, “can you tell me about a time when…” However, some companies like to ask some more unusual questions. So if you are in the process of preparing for an interview take a look below at some more obscure questions for inspiration.

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