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The GES summer placement scheme is aimed at economics students who are considering a career in the GES after graduation.
The Economic Assessment Centre (EAC) is a half-day Assessment Centre to assess a candidate’s economics skills against set criteria
The Government Economic Service Degree Apprenticeship is a unique opportunity to work on important issues our country faces, whilst studying an economics degree
What is the GESDAP? Why does the Civil Service have an economic…
A Brilliant Career in the Government Economic Service. Join us as an Assistant Economist.
Information for potential suppliers about the Government Economic Service (GES) Degree Apprenticeship Programme (DAP) including how to bid for the contract.
The scheme is an accelerated development programme that seeks to develop our future professional leaders in the Government Economic Service
The Technical Framework 2022 sets out the high-level technical standards, knowledge and skills required to be a Government Economic Service Member.
The home of Government Economic Service on GOV.UK. Supporting economists in the Civil Service.
This notice sets out how we will use your personal data, and your rights under Articles 13 and/or 14 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Guidance on how to become a member of the Government Economic Service and the types of membership that are offered
This scheme is only open to students in their penultimate year of undergraduate study and who are on track for a 2:1 or 1st class degree.
Becoming an economist in Government
Supporting economists in the Civil Service.
The strategy document sets the direction the Government Economic Service will take up to and beyond 2024
The Gender in the GES initiative promotes gender diversity in economics. We aim to increase female participation in economics in government and academia.
Process for raising a complaint if you are unhappy with the way your application to a Government Economic Service recruitment scheme was treated.
As the first women acting in this capacity, Sam and Clare are delighted to be working together in continuing to build a GES that is open, diverse and influential.
The UK Civil Service has this week launched the UK’s first degree-level apprenticeship in economics
Young people from all walks of life who want to be economists could get a salaried government apprenticeship while studying for their degree, with the launch of a new career opportunity.
Government Economic Service lead the way in developing the new approved Professional Economist Integrated Degree Apprenticeship
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