Opportunities offered by Warwick Economics Society are made possible by our sponsors:


PA Consulting


RBB Economics

Oxford Economics

Warwick Department of Economics

  • PA Consulting


    SponsorPA Consulting
  • HSBC

    HSBC is one of the world’s leading banks, with a network covering 67 countries and territories. Our size and global reach mean we offer many ways for you to develop your career.

    We employ, develop and promote employees based on merit and provide a supportive and inclusive working environment. We want HSBC to be a place where everyone can be themselves and achieve their potential.

    We have access to many of the world’s major trade and capital flows and a leading position in many high-growth markets. Within these markets, we serve our customers through four global businesses: Commercial Banking, Global Banking and Markets, Global Private Banking and Retail Banking and Wealth Management. These businesses are supported by a range of operational and functional teams.

    2017/18 Application Closing Dates
    Spring Insight Programme: 3 – 6 April 2018
    Application closing date: 14 January 2018

    Off-cycle Internship: 5 March – 11 May 2018
    Application closing date: 10 December 2018

    Summer Analyst Internship: 25 June – 31 August 2018
    Application closing date: 10 December 2018

    Graduate Programmes: Start late July 2018
    Application closing date: 26 November 2017

  • RBB Economics

    RBB Economics is an independent economics consultancy specialising in competition policy.

    We are one of the largest competition economics practices in the world with offices in London, Brussels, The Hague, Johannesburg, Melbourne, Madrid, Stockholm, Paris and Düsseldorf.

    Our work concerns the behaviour of firms with market power, and covers issues such as mergers, vertical agreements, joint ventures, price setting and the abuse of dominant positions.

    With a wealth of analytical and economic expertise, we take on the most complex competition law assignments in multiple jurisdictions, advising on hundreds of high-profile cases every year. We work on the majority of EU Phase II mergers and are also very active in non-merger work globally.

    Our approach is shaped by our commitment to providing robust, clear and effective advice to clients. To deliver on this commitment we focus on the key issues in each case. We combine economic theory and sophisticated empirical techniques to develop arguments that are clear, credible and compelling. In so doing, we always reflect the market realities of a particular industry and the real-world dynamics of competition that our clients face. Moreover, we present our analysis and evidence in an accessible and comprehensible manner.

    We work in dedicated teams which combine the experience and expertise relevant to each case. This enables us to respond to our clients’ needs in a focused and flexible manner. We offer a hands-on service, supporting and working in partnership with our clients and their legal advisers.

    Furthermore, we don’t focus our expertise in any one particular market or sector. Where we excel is in applying competition law economics to cases of varying scope and complexity. Whatever the assignment, whatever the industry, whatever the jurisdiction, we have the knowledge and skills to deliver high-quality analysis and advice.

    SponsorRBB Economics
  • Oxford Economics

    Oxford Economics was founded in 1981 as a commercial venture with Oxford University’s business college to provide economic forecasting and modelling to UK companies and financial institutions expanding abroad. Since then, we have become one of the world’s foremost independent global advisory firms, providing reports, forecasts and analytical tools on 200 countries, 100 industrial sectors and over 4,000 locations. Our best-of-class global economic and industry models and analytical tools give us an unparalleled ability to forecast external market trends and assess their economic, social and business impact.

    Headquartered in Oxford, England, with regional centres in London, New York, and Singapore, Oxford Economics has more than 20 offices across the globe. We employ over 300 full-time staff, including 200 professional economists, industry experts and business editors—one of the largest teams of macroeconomists and thought leadership specialists. Our global team is highly skilled in a full range of research techniques and thought leadership capabilities, from econometric modelling, scenario framing, and economic impact analysis to market surveys, case studies, expert panels, and web analytics. Underpinning our in-house expertise is a contributor network of over 500 economists, analysts and journalists around the world.

    Oxford Economics is a key adviser to corporate, financial and government decision-makers and thought leaders. Our worldwide client base now comprises over 1,200 international organisations, including leading multinational companies and financial institutions; key government bodies and trade associations; and top universities, consultancies, and think tanks.

    SponsorOxford Economics
  • Warwick Department of Economics

    The University of Warwick Department of Economics was created in 1965, the same time as the University of Warwick itself. In the less than 50 years since its founding, the department has become widely regarded as one of the top economics departments in Europe.

    Both economics research and coursework emphasize modern economic analysis and quantitative methods, the key underpinnings of the department since its inception. The department has an academic staff of 70 people, including 25 professors. It has approximately 1,200 undergraduate students and 230 graduate students. some 60 percent of students attending are from the UK or the European Union.

    The Department hosts four research centres:
    CAGE (Centre for Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy)
    CRETA (Centre for Research in Economic Theory and its Applications)
    DR@W (Decision Research at Warwick)
    WERI (Warwick Economics Research Institute)

    SponsorWarwick Economics Department