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.
"The tutors at Bath School of Management not only have impressive academic credentials, but they also have immense industry experience as CEOs, investors, intrapreneurs, advisors, and entrepreneurs. It is so valuable to learn from people who will transfer skills they have learnt through their own extensive and varied experience to you." - Anya Aujla-Jones, Entrepreneurship Management and Innovation online MSc student
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 & Company, 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 been recruited by a wide range of organisations, including:
- Central Bank of Nigeria
- China Galaxy Yuanwei Investment Co.
- Exxon Mobil
- Frontier Strategy Group
- Investoo Group
- Lloyds Banking Group
- New World Trading Company
- Yoyo Wallet
Build your network
Our Entrepreneurship Management and Innovation course attracts students from a wide range of different professional backgrounds. Some of our online students are entrepreneurs working for their own start up organisations and small businesses, whilst others are employed at leading global companies. A sample of these employers include Arcadis, Barclays Bank, Honeywell, Institute of Entrepreneurship Development and Uber.
The course offers plenty of opportunity to interact with other students and build your network. Discussion forums enable you to engage in peer-to-peer conversations, forming an integral part of your learning and development.
Our online students are also from a diverse range of roles, giving you further insight into different business functions. These professional backgrounds include 29% of our students who are managers, 16% who are CEOs, and 13% working in business development, with smaller proportions working in finance, technology and sales.