The Business School enjoys active and close links with industry and the financial community. Many of our programmes have input from organisations such as GE, Biersdorf and Accenture.
Careers in Business is a dedicated service for postgraduate Business School students. Staff will offer support to you, specifically in terms of career guidance and reviewing your CV. There is also day long career event as part of the programme with one to one mentoring available after that.
A selection of organisations which have employed alumni of the Management MSc includes:
- Kia Motors Europe
- United Bank of Switzerland
- Barclays Bank plc
- Jaguar Landrover
- Grant Thornton
- Deutsche Bank
Careers and Development
Graduates may find themselves taking a major step towards developing an international or strategic focus within their careers. While some will accelerate their careers with existing employers, others can create potential for change. Major directions include jobs in business analysis and development, banking, management and strategy consulting, corporate finance and investment, human resource management and marketing.
Alumni can access career support and take advantage of a range of networking and development opportunities. Postgraduate alumni can also access a bespoke service from the Careers in Business service.
SIM – Liaison with Employers
There are also career development opportunities At SIM. Singapore Institute of Management has a reputation for curriculum design which is relevant to industry manpower needs. “Learn today, apply tomorrow” is the philosophy. To achieve this, SIMUniversity forges linkages and partnerships with established organisations. This, in conjunction with your degree from the University of Birmingham, represents a powerful and valuable combination.
A package of benefits including social, leisure and sports discounts and continuous professional development opportunities is available to all Birmingham Business School Alumni.
To access the benefits, log into your alumni community. If you have not yet set up an account on your.bham, you can do so by registering on the site.