MSc Management


Download the graduate destinations report for our Management portfolio of courses.

WBS CareersPlus service
We offer you a comprehensive pre-arrival, student, and alumni careers service. You will have access to one-to-one career guidance appointments, CV checks and tailored mock interviews.

Click here to see our full range of careers services available to students on our MSc Management course.

Links with business
Previous students have benefited from our strong links with the business sector and many bluechip companies have been happy to consider our students for first job positions alongside more experienced applicants. International organisations welcome applications from our students, many of whom receive firm job offers before graduating.


Workshops & guidance
You will have the opportunity to attend workshops covering CVs and application forms, looking for jobs, networking, interviews and assessment centres throughout the year, and access to a careers coach with specialist knowledge of your course. 

The University's graduate job site, MyAdvantage lists thousands of graduate job placements and internship opportunities throughout the year, as well as a range of other useful online resources.

Graduate job prospects

The MSc Management is a well-established, highly successful course that has been running since 2006. Our alumni are surveyed and the course is ranked internationally as part of the global Financial Times Masters in Management ranking. Evidence from previous graduates indicates that a degree from WBS makes you highly employable. Here's what previous alumni are doing now: 




KPMG   Graduate Auditor
PWC   Technology Consultant
Deloitte   Risk Services Consultant
Capco Consulting   Associate Consultant
Heineken   Divisional Sales Manager
LogiNext   Head of Marketing
EY   Senior Consultant
Lloyds Bank   Manager (Client Propositions)
Accenture Strategy   Manager
RBS   Capital Management Analyst
Johnson & Johnson   Commercial Management Trainee


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