Economics touches everything. It affects every business, every government and every individual. To this end, a great many businesses and institutions are seeking intelligent individuals who understand how the economy works and who can help them find solutions to economic questions. While the Bachelor's in Economics and Business Economics will effectively prepare you for a job, most students continue their studies with a Master's programme. The reason is that further specialisation increases your chances of success in the labour market.
As an economist or business economist, you could take a position with employers such as:
The Economics and Business Career Centre (EBCC) helps you develop individual skills, gain experience and build connections. The team of career assistants, career coaches and internship advisors help you focus on your individual career journey.
Often together with study associations, the Career Centre also organises large career events. Meet employers and learn about the latest developments in job searching and employment.
Think of the Career month junior, thee Amsterdamse career days, de FSA profession days, the International Finance Days, the Amsterdam Marketing event and the Amsterdam Recruitment event.
'I realised that this Bachelor's was the only one with a real diverse quality. Business, finance and economics subjects are covered, helping you with situations that you would experience in the field.'