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What do LSE European Institute graduates do?

In 2012/13, 87% of leavers from the European Institute were in employment, completing further study or taking time out just six months after graduation.

Graduates from the European Institute have demonstrated their ability to apply the numerous skills developed during their studies at LSE within a wide range of employment sectors, including

  • local, national and EU government
  • charitable and voluntary organisations
  • journalism
  • public relations and affairs
  • research
  • banking and financial services

The average starting salary of graduates from the European Institute in 2012/13 was 
£27,800.
 

To find out more about LSE graduate destinations by specific European Institute degree programmes, see graduate destinations by course|.

Graduate profiles

These are detailed profiles exploring why LSE graduates initially chose to study with us as well as giving each graduate the opportunity to relive their LSE experience and fill us in on how their career has developed since graduation. We are grateful to all LSE graduates who have taken the time to complete our Graduate Profile Questionnaire in order to produce these profiles.

Employability skills

Studying within the European Institute you will have the opportunity to develop specific subject knowledge of government and the economy within a European setting, alongside a set of highly valuable and transferable employability skills, including:

  • Political awareness: using specialist subject knowledge to identify and investigate problems arising in European public policy and political economy
     
  • Excellent communication skills: effective communication in speech and writing and experience of presenting projects verbally
     
  • Strong IT skills: using communication and information technology to retrieve and present information, including statistical and numerical information
     
  • Comprehensive research skills: ability to gather, organise and assess data from a variety of primary and secondary sources
     
  • Independent thinking and team work: experience of working independently as well as in groups, demonstrating an ability to collaborate with others to achieve common goals
     
  • Analytical skills: identify, investigate and analyse problems, demonstrating logical thinking and analytical ability
     
  • Reasoning and problem-solving skills: constructing reasoned arguments, drawing on relevant information and demonstrating an ability to exercise critical judgement in order to assess and deploy evidence to formulate and advocate solutions
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