It is November, which means that for the past 9 months already I have had the amazing opportunity to be the vice-chairman of Asset | International Business & Management. In this blogpost, I am very happy to tell you more about what has made this […]
Business attires are more and more a thing of the past. Only in banking businesses and sales/marketing departments of businesses you will see plenty of suits. But why do younger employees prefer to wear casual clothing? And what does the customer think about it? The […]
Because of the broad focus of the Business Administration studies, it may remain unclear till the very end what kind of profession you will end up starting at after you have finished your Masters. To help clear this up we have created a list of 5 popular jobs Business Management graduates can be found doing after leaving University.
As a business administration student you attain a lot of skills that are useful in your professional life. Examples are that you are trained at dissecting business problems with your critical thinking and analytical skills. You have been educated to gather, organize and represent data and use this to build an argumentation. In addition, you will create a global perspective and appreciation for various different cultures in business practices.
The careers we have highlighted have been chosen not only looking at your average salary, but also at further career opportunities and possibilities to climb the corporate ladder. We have analyzed the fit between the career characteristics and your individual study program and this is what we came up with:
Market Research Analyst – Median salary $62,150 in 2015
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With over 60 million passengers a year, Schiphol airport is one of Europe’s leading airports. Only Heathrow Airport in London and Charles de Gaulle in Paris transported more passengers in 2016. However, there seems to be some problems surrounding Schiphol’s policy. Last April there was […]
In spring 2016, I had been living in Tilburg for eight months, and enjoyed the student life. About one year ago, April 11th, I chaired a committee that organised the Asset Conference. It was the first experience I had with organising such an event. The days just before the event were intense, and afterwards there was ample spare time. I focused on the upcoming exams from my master supply chain management and looked forward to the summer holidays and future employment opportunities.
Things turned out quite different than how they were supposed to go. During my brief time at Asset (Association for Students Studying Economics in Tilburg), I met a lot of great and ambitious people. A new friend which I met during the organisation of the Asset Conference, asked me whether I was interested in a student board year. Without doubt, a board year would be a great experience, but till that moment I had not really considered it. After some thoughts, I realised that this could be a great addition to my development. Especially, the position of chairman at Asset appealed to me.
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