Our Economics Department produces some of the finest economists in the world. We are keenly aware that the Oxford University Economics network reaches far wider than our University, and that many of you are studying or working in a huge variety of roles and environments all over the world. Our valued alumni are a vital part of our Economics community – as such we want to help you play an active part in the Economics Department, wherever you may be.
It is essential that modern public policy and research is led by leading edge economics. By supporting us you can help ensure that our world-leading research continues to inform and support leaders in the future. There are lots of ways you can help the next generation of researchers in the Department. You can 'give back' by becoming a donor or involving your organisation in our community today.
Your career journey and graduate experience could offer invaluable guidance to our current cohort of students. We make annual appeals for alumni to join us for mentorship days and careers advice sessions. If you would like to be involved in a mentorship event, or personally mentor a student, please email the Outreach Team today.
Congratulations on finishing your time in the Oxford Department of Economics! We hope you have reaped the benefits of belonging to this school and are proud of what you've achieved. We know that you’ll go on to great things in the future, and we’d love to keep in touch with you!
Our community of Oxford economists stretches far beyond the University – many of you will work in a huge variety of roles all over the world. We’re aiming to better connect this global community, to encourage communication and the exchange of ideas, and to create a vibrant network for Oxford economics. To assist this, we’ll be running a number of events each year that alumni can attend, including lectures and an annual reunion event.
We hope that we can make you feel a welcome part our community, whatever you plan to do next, and that it will in turn enhance your own professional development and intellectual curiosity.
Here are a few ways you can keep in touch with the Department and the University: