There is no single path or rigid career track for students studying Land Economy. It is a course for those who value the opportunities that a multidisciplinary degree can bring. Graduates go on to be lawyers, economists, civil servants or to work for international or national agencies. Many go into financial, business or management careers, and others enter public service with local or national organisations.
There are land economy graduates working in the international money markets and for environmental protection agencies; for city law firms and for the Countryside Agency; in property management and for chartered surveyors and town planners. Some graduates proceed to further education and research. Some continue into one of the Department′s one-year MPhil programmes, whilst others move on to become proffessors at other universities.