Career opportunities

Upon the successful completion of the MSc Marketing Management you will be able to pursue a career in some of the following professional positions:

  • Brand manager
  • Business development executive
  • Category manager
  • Customer relationship manager
  • Digital marketing manager or strategist
  • E-commerce manager
  • Key account manager
  • Market manager
  • Market research manager
  • Marketing communication executive
  • Product manager
  • Sales area manager
  • Shopper marketing manager
  • Strategic planner
  • Trade marketing manager



Survey carried out jointly by the “Conférence des Grandes Ecoles” and TBS Business School, on graduates from the 2016, 2017 and 2018 academic years.

Employment rates

62% of our MSc students find a job before graduation (internship period). 91% of the MSc graduates find their first job within 4 months of graduating and this figure rises to 97% within 6 months of graduating.



Employment by area

The second highest percentage of our students (19%) obtained a Marketing & Communication position, which shows the importance of marketing management graduates for the job market.

On the other hand, 62% of our graduates obtained a position related to Business & Finance (21%), Trade & Export (17%), Consulting (14%) and Auditing (10%).

Finally, 19% of our graduates split into the following areas: Production & Logistics (8%), ICT & IS (4%), Human Resources (3%), Others (3%) and Big Data & Artificial Intelligence (1%).


Employment by sector

Consulting is the most popular sector among our graduates (24%), followed by Industry (23%), Insurance (22%), Others (15%), Trade & Distribution (14%) and ICT & Multimedia (2%). Our marketing management graduates are distributed among the different sectors as marketing is a key functional area for every kind of business.



Company size

Almost 70% of our graduates are currently working at large companies (> 5000 to 250 employees), while the rest of them obtained a job at SMEs. Our marketing management graduates are mainly distributed among the large companies as they usually have solid marketing departments.