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Alumni and Employability

Alumni Statement

At the end of its 10th edition in July 2016, the Master Economics QEM programme, 292 students from 49 countries have graduated: 5 in 2007, 20 in 2008, 35 in 2009, 38 in 2010, 35 in 2011, 45 in 2012, 33 in 2013, 28 in 2014, 32 in 2015 and 21 in 2016.

 

The detailed information about the students' country of origin and their testimonies can be found here Testimonies.

 

Employability

Successful students careers during the past occupation of the QEM alumni can be found here Alumni careers.

 

The relevant of the vast network of QEM associated partners with the partners and sponsors of each university of our consortium individually, and Alumni Network and association, helped our graduates to have a high visibility with the largest players in the Job Markets:

 

  • 138 of the Graduates have found positions in in companies and institutions from the private or public sector like Eurocation, GoldmanSachs, Fitch Ratings India Pvt Ltd, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Insitute for the Economy in Transition, The World Bank, EBRD, Natixis, La Société générale, Thomson  Reuters, Credit Sights, McKinsey & Company, Medical Transcription Billing Corportion, Crédit Agricole CIB, CSO Macedonian Center for International Cooperation, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Oxford Policy Management, Neo Metrics, Deloitte, Morgan Stanley, RiskData, National Institute of Public Finance and Policy, Maple Leaf Education System, Bank de France etc

 

  • 128 of the Graduates joined a Doctoral Program like: University Southern California (USA), Oxford University (UK), University of Cambridge (USA), Stanford University (USA), Erasmus University (Holland), London Business School (UK), European Doctorate in Economics - Erasmus Mundus (EDE-EM), Toulouse School of Economics  (France), EPFL Lausanne (Switzerland), Cà Foscari (Italy), Ecole Doctorale d'Economie Panthéon Sorbonne (France), University of Glasgow (UK), Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (France),  ITRC Madrid (Spain), Ruhr Graduate School of Economics (Germany), UAB (Spain), University of Illinois (USA), University of Turin (Italy),  University of Verona (Italy), Université Aix-Marseille (France), University of Zurich (Switzerland), Halifax University (Canada), EUI Florence (Italy), Ruhr Graduate School in Economics (Germany), University Waterloo (Canada), Bielefeld University (Germany), University of Manheim (Germany), Barcelona Graduate School of Economics (Spain), Université d'Evry (France), Humboldt University (Germany), PIK Potsdam (Germany), INSEAD (France), Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna (Italy), ETH Zurich (Switzerland), SFI at EPFL Lausanne (Switzerland), University of Michigan (USA), University of Amsterdam (Holland), Bocconi (Italy), Birbeck Collège, University of London (UK), Warsaw School of Economics (Poland), Maastricht University (Holland), ENS Cachan (France), Sciences Po (France), Copenhagen Business School (Denmark), SFI Lausanne (Switzerland), VU Amsterdam (Holland), Tor Vergata Rome (Italy), UCL Louvain (Belgium), University of Bath (UK), HEC (France), Victoria University (New Zealand).

 

  • 11 are looking for a job and 15 of the Graduates switched to other studies.