Global organisations such as Allianz, Bosch, China Galaxy Securities Corp., Commerzbank,Deutsche Post DHL, Google, H&M, NEC, PwC, SIEMENS, Société Générale and The BCG have all employed previous European Master in Management graduates for a variety of international management roles.
According to a survey of previous programme graduates, 55% of respondents had accepted a job offer before graduation, whilst 27% accepted a position within 6 months of graduation. In addition, 47% were working outside of their home country following the programme, with 85% of respondents in full time employment, 10% in further education and 5% having started their own company.
Students also have many opportunities, both inside and outside the classroom to develop their management, team working and leadership skills to prepare them for a successful management career. For example Mathurin and his fellow programme classmate Olivier Kacher took part in and won the Junior Consulting Challenge, an event organised by Junior Conseil in partnership with consulting firm Capgemini. Of the experience, Mathurin said: “We were able to think and act as professional consultants as well as apply concepts and models learned throughout our academic career.”