Graduate engineers in economics have opportunities to use their skills in economic calculus and project financing in companies or institutions, where their theoretical knowledge will help them to take operational management decisions, in particular on investment choices. In managing projects with multiple dimensions, engineers in managerial roles will design and implement investment strategies given the inherent uncertainty of the projects they are working on, taking into account technological and financial constraints as well as the direct and indirect impacts their decisions may have on the environment.
After qualifying, student careers tend to move sooner or later into the banking, consultancy, and finance professions, but also decision support roles in public or private organizations, economic or statistical research departments, and into project financing.
Career opportunities following the Economics, Management and Finance program:
- A career as a financial analyst, stock market trader, product engineer on capital markets, senior banker or sector specialist in company financing, asset management consultant, risk analyst… in service enterprises (providing services to local authorities, economic research agencies, organization and management or strategy consultancies, audit firms, insurance companies, banks…)
- Careers in economic, financial, and strategic analysis in industrial corporations in all sectors of the economy.
- A career as an economist or project manager in a public body or agency at national or regional level, in regional government or district administrations.
- Careers in public sector project analysis and finance at international, European or global level.