A Bachelor in Management can open up a wide range of career paths. Whether you want to work in financial services, management consultancy, or any other sector, the skills that you learn at ESCP Business School will leave you well-equipped for career success.
At ESCP Business School, we have links to some of the world’s top employers, including KPMG, Coca-Cola, EY, and many others. The three-year programme includes compulsory internships and social impact projects, meaning that students will graduate with an impressive CV, ready for the competitive job market.
We organise events such as recruitment days, career fairs, and ‘linking talent parties’ so that students have plenty of opportunities to network. In fact, in January this year, students and recent graduates had the chance to connect with many leading employers at our Paris République Campus—with companies such as Ubisoft, L’Oreal, Banque de France, Michelin, Canal+, and many more in attendance.
As an ESCP student, you will be able to connect with employers across various sectors to find out more about which career path is right for you. Read on to discover some of the many career paths that you could pursue.
Use Your Expertise in Management Consultancy
A popular career path after attending our management school is consultancy. You could develop your relationship-building skills working for one of the top consultancy firms in Europe. At ESCP’s career fairs, several consultancy firms are always in attendance, including 99 Advisory and A2 Consultancy.
Management consultants work closely with businesses to help them improve. It’s a diverse career, and you could work with all kinds of organisations and people. As well as this, management consultants often have the opportunity to travel and meet different business environments around the world.
Graduates of ESCP will be well prepared to travel and work with international businesses, as the Bachelor in Management (BSc) programme is divided across three different European cities. If you are a problem solver and a people person, this could be an attractive career path for you.
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Work in Finance After Attending Our Management Science School
Undoubtedly, working in financial services is another viable career path after graduating from ESCP Business School. This is perfect for students who excel in the finance, accounting, and mathematics modules of the Bachelor in Management programme.
ESCP Business School has relationships with each of the ‘big four’ accounting firms—Deloitte, PwC, EY, and KPMG. This means that ambitious graduates could have the opportunity to kickstart their career with one of the biggest names in the industry after graduating from our management science school.
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Launch Your Career in FMCG
There are a number of career opportunities within the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) industry. Depending on your skill set and goals, you could work in sales, marketing, branding, analysis, management, and many more. It’s a dynamic and fast-moving career path with lots of networking and learning opportunities.
Through ESCP’s hiring events, students could have the chance to network with household names such as Coca-Cola and P&G, the multinational household goods manufacturer whose brands include Always, Gillette, Head & Shoulders, Pantene, and much more.
This only scratches the surface of the opportunities available for ESCP graduates. Also, students could easily pursue careers in software, retail, fashion, food and drink, or whatever else sparks their ambition.
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Do you want to find out more about our Bachelor Programme in Management?
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