By skilfully alternating theoretical knowledge, university periods abroad and numerous internships, the Bachelor in Tourism Management is able to introduce its students in various sectors of the labour market. The figures indicated on this page are taken from a survey conducted by our Career Centre on the Graduate students of 2014.
The graduates of the programme hold positions in many companies in France and abroad, both in big groups and in SMEs.
On average, 40% of the graduates of the Bachelor programme continue their studies towards a master’s degree, while others are immediately operational on the labour market. Examples of positions held by our Bachelor and MBA graduates in 2015:
1. Sales and marketing manager, Groupe Partouche
2. Supervisor Customer Relationships, SNCF
3. Junior product manager, Wonderbox
4. Project officer, Sofitel
5. Business development officer, Groupe Lucien Barrière
6. Event coordinator, Electra Dubaï
7. Direct marketing director, Hard Rock Café
The search time for a first job, whether in France or abroad, is relatively short. 94% of our graduates find a job within 6 months after they finish their studies with us.
The most represented business sectors are airline companies, shipping lines, hotel business, catering, tourist offices, representative offices, travel agencies, tour operators, leisure sites, casinos, business tourism and event industry.
of the students are hired in the company of their end-of-studies internship
of the students find a job within six months after they finish their studies
Generally speaking, for both the Bachelor and the MBA students, a little over one in five students finds their first job abroad following their end-of-studies internship.
The numerous employment opportunities offered by the French tourism industry explain why they are 79% to work in France, both in the Paris region and in the Provinces.
Of our graduates work abroad.