Your career prospects

After successfully completing our entrepreneurship course, you will be equipped with the skills to lead innovative initiatives in your current role or to progress your own business. You’ll also be prepared to handle the challenges that come with being a successful entrepreneur.

Under lecturer guidance, you’ll learn new ways to reflect and think creatively, along with self-directed working practices to keep you organised. Ultimately, you’ll have a strong network to lean on, plus the requisite skills to survive and thrive in the wider world of business. According to the Telegraph 2019, Bath’s undergraduate Business courses are ranked 9th in the UK for their graduates having the highest-earning salaries five years after graduation.1

In addition, this business management course provides a route into many other areas, including accounting and professional services, banking, consultancy, finance, human resources, IT, investment banking, marketing, operations and, of course, general management.

92% of 2017 graduates from MSc Entrepreneurship and Management received a job offer within three months of graduation*

* Campus-based course employment data based on those for whom we hold data

Where do our students go on to work?

There are many different career pathways for students taking this course. Some go on to work for consultancies, such as Accenture or McKinsey, while others start their own business or take up a business development role in a large organisation. Many use the course to build upon entrepreneurial ideas and improve their success in the real world.

Our campus MSc students have recently been recruited by a wide range of organisations, including:

  • Central Bank of Nigeria
  • China Galaxy Yuanhui Investment Co.
  • Citibank 
  • Deloitte
  • Exxon Mobil 
  • Frontier Strategy Group
  • Investoo 
  • Lloyds Banking Group
  • Nannuka 
  • New World Trading Company
  • Yoyo Wallet


We know that the key reason for studying management is to develop your career. We’ll support you to develop the skills and abilities you need to realise your career ambitions. As well as providing the teaching and experience to further your career, we can help you improve your CV and find your perfect job.

We don’t expect all our students to become entrepreneurs. Some end up becoming consultants or strategists. It’s more important that they develop an entrepreneurial mindset, so they have the capacity to make new things happen and find ways to bring new ideas to fruition.

Ammon Salter

Real-world expertise

From the moment you begin your course you’ll engage with the corporate world, drawing on our business connections provided by SETsquared, the number-one university-based business incubator in the UK.

As well as inspiring the course’s real-world case studies, corporate connections with SETsquared will give you a unique insight into how businesses are built up and how they function as an integrated whole. It’s this unique knowledge that will inform your ideas and help you to hone your practical entrepreneurial expertise.

Support for entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurship is an important theme at the University of Bath. Many of our graduates end up becoming entrepreneurs and business innovators. If you’re keen to start your own business, we can support your entrepreneurial goals.

I took the MSc in Entrepreneurship and Management primarily as a bridge to a job…Being part of the School of Management really helps you to decide what you want to do next. There are lots of extra activities and you get assigned a careers adviser who will sit with you and discuss your short-term and long-term options.

Julia Kemp