Most graduates find jobs within 3 months as policy economists with (inter)national government agencies or consultancy firms, or at organizations such as airlines or railway operators – and are better paid than graduates from other economic programmes. Some opt for a career in economic research.
The Master Spatial, Transport, and Environmental Economics is a highly relevant master with excellent career prospects. Many organizations are keen on hiring students that have completed this master, as employees or as interns. Below several companies explain why they are particularly interested in students that have completed the Master Spatial, Transport, and Environmental Economics. These companies take part in the Advisory Board of the Master programme.
- SEO Economisch Onderzoek is interested in students and graduates because they are good at analysing economic issues and performing econometric analyses.
- Cushman & Wakefield is keen on hiring students who understand the real estate market.
- CPB is performing quantitative analyses of policies and are therefore interested in students or graduates who can perform economic analyses in the fields of spatial, transport, and environmental economics.
- KiM thinks that students or graduates who can perform economic analyses in the field of transport economics are very useful.
- ING Global Sector Research is particularly interested in analytic students who are good at finding, processing, interpreting and visualising data.
- Decisio is looking for students and interns with an interest in the field of mobility and spatial development and a good command of the Dutch language.