Six months after graduating, 90% of our 2016 graduates were in jobs or further study with an average starting salary of £31,000 (Unistats 2016).
An independent survey ranked Warwick as in the top 3 most targeted universities nationally by the UK’s top 100 graduate employers (The Graduate Market in 2016,
High Flyers Research) and in the top 20 in the world for our reputation with employers (QS World University Rankings 2015/16). So as a student in a high ranking department at Warwick, there are a large range of opportunities for you:
Job titles of current alumni include:
Analyst, Broadcasting Intern, Business Analyst, Campaigns Officer, Charity Intern, Civil Service Policy Adviser, Corporate Tax Adviser, Diplomatic Attaché, Economist, Journalist, Lawyer, Lecturer, Maths Teacher, Parliamentary Assistant, Portfolio Manager, Production Editor (Publishing), Researcher (Think Tank, academia), Risk analyst, Sales Manager, Senior Associate, Solicitor, Trader
BDO International, Deloitte, Deutsche Bank, Department of Transport (UK), Ernst & Young, Global Environment Institute, Goldman Sachs, Investigo, JP Morgan, Kingston Smith, KPMG, Mayfield Asset Management, McQuarrie Capital, N M Rothschild, OHO Group, Oxford University Press, PwC, RBC Capital Markets, Ministry of Health (Poland), Royal Bank of Scotland, Singapore Tourism Board, TeachFirst, The Times, UK Commission for Employment and Skills, War on Want
Titles of postgraduate qualifications taken since 2014 include:
Actuarial Science, Continental Philosophy, Development Management, Economics, Economics and Philosophy, European Public Policy, Global Governance and Diplomacy, Globalisation and Development, History of Political Thought, International Politics, International Security, International Financial Economics, Management, MBA, Medicine, Modern Chinese Studies, Political Theory, Public Administration.