Career opportunities

Upon the successful completion of the MSc Fashion & Luxury Marketing, 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
 

Employability

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%), Trade & Distribution (14%) and ICT & Multimedia (2%).

15% of our graduates are currently working in different sectors (Others), where fashion and luxury businesses are included.

 


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 fashion & luxury marketing graduates are mainly distributed among the large companies as they usually have solid marketing departments.