The majority of graduates in International Economics and Finance continue their education at the graduate level; graduates may also have direct access to the labor market.
A career in the field of finance typically means working in a bank, a financial institution, a consultancy firm, a financial authority or a fund, or companies of other kinds within the financial/administrative realm.
Finance majors may work in junior positions as a financial analyst or as an interface with customers as well as junior positions in companies working in Finance or related functions that involve international and multicultural work teams.
Economics majors may work in junior positions at supranational institutions, research organizations or companies /private or public institutions, middle-large size companies analyzing the economic system particularly supranational and international issues or at companies with a global outlook that deal with external authorities with reference to international issues (intellectual property, antitrust, etc.).