Business school: business, audit, finance, in what areas do graduates work?

INFOGRAPHICS. After business school, there are many career opportunities: finance, auditing, construction or even luxury. Find out which business schools place most Grande Ecole graduates among the top five professional sectors.

Leaving business school opens up many professional prospects. Graduates can work in finance, consulting, construction or even luxury.

Personal choices, job offers, and the specialties offered by each institution help move into one area rather than another. sometimes, some business schools find it easier to open doors to certain sectors.

Based on the ranking of major business schools for 2021-2022, l’Etudiant offers you an overview of the five sectors that are recruited after the school of management.

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Five sectors that are recruited after business school

Using the table below, find the integration indicators of 37 master’s business schools in five main professional sectors:

Only Grande Ecole (PGE) graduates are considered in this dynamic infographic. Therefore, those who received a bachelor’s or master’s degree are excluded. You can filter by institution or field of activity to identify management schools whose young graduates are entering the professional field you are targeting: finance, consulting, commerce, industry or luxury.

43% of ESSEC graduates are engaged in consulting and auditing

There are graduates of business schools many find their first jobs in consulting, auditing or design offices. Among the graduates of 2020 it is in ESSEC that they are most likely to take a position in this area with 43%. It is followed by ESSCA with 36% of graduates in 2020 who are employed and also work in this sector. This is followed by ESCP with a rate of 33%, ie one graduate working in consulting or auditing, out of three.

32% of SKEMA graduates study finance, banking or insurance

In finance, banking and insurance, SKEMA Business School is the institution with the highest number of graduates (32%). It is closely followed by HEC, where three out of ten graduates work in this field.

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Which business school to work in commerce, distribution or industry?

From trade and distribution, In 25 of the 37 business schools, more than 10% of graduates study in this sector.

Among those who occupy the most, we find ESCE (32%) and ISTEC (24%). 23% of EDC and Excelia BS graduates in 2020 chose a job in commerce or distribution.

The industry is also recruiting business school graduates

For young people interested in industry and construction, contact the ISG, where 27% of 2020 graduates have found work in this field. Followed by TBS Education with 23%. IDRAC and SCBS reach 22%.

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The luxury sector, an area that attracts graduates of management schools

Another area that attracts students is luxury. ICN differs from other institutions in this area. Among the 2020 graduates in the office, 27% of them work in luxury. Then EDC and IPAG occupy the largest place with a rate of 15%.