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Is the university of sussex a good university to go to for Economics ?

Original post by DataVenia
It's "medium" in terms of average salary six months after graduating (£25,000) and in terms of the percentage of graduates employed in a role where their degree is essential or beneficial (83%). It's "low" in terms of the percentage of graduates employer or in further education six months after graduating (88%). Further statistics from the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DHLE) survey and the Longitudinal Educational Outcomes (LEO) dataset are available on The Uni Guide here.
For Computer Science, what has far more impact than the university you attend is the experience you already have when you apply for jobs. So do everything you can to gain "real world" experience - preferably demonstrable experience. Create you own web site or app, contribute to open-source projects, learn a language or programming framework which is in demand (but which might not be taught at university), etc.
Is the university of sussex a good university to go to for Economics ? Mainly in terms of job prospects
Original post by 231Joeee
Is the university of sussex a good university to go to for Economics ? Mainly in terms of job prospects

I've moved your post into its own thread given that you're asking about University of Sussex, and the thread you posted in was asking about University of Essex (and is in the University of Essex forum).

In terms of your question, it seems about average. Take a look at the "After graduation" section on this page from The Uni Guide.
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