At major Russian and international companies
When we survey the graduates of the Bachelor of Management programs around six months after they graduate, we find that around 30% have gone on to work for major companies, including Procter & Gamble, Gazprom Oil, Bayer AG, Sberbank, Google, and similar high-profile corporations. Nearly 80% of them remain in Russia, while the others begin careers abroad. The careers of our graduates frequently begin with Leadership Programs in major corporations, where interns can try their skills in a number of different spheres of those corporations before going on to become specialist managers in just a few years. Here you can read the story of our graduate Alessia Trepashiova, who became a brand ambassador for Unilever while still on her third course on the Bachelor of Mangement program.
In not-for-profit, creative, or other projects
A good manager is a person with developed sophisticated skills – someone able to work flexibly, to learn, to interact with others, and use critical thinking. This kind of person will find opportunities in a wide range of professions – no matter how the world may change around them, the skills they have learned while graduating enable them to become successful in almost any kind of career they may settle upon. Read success stories here, of our graduates who organise time-travel trips with Konstantin Habensky, or launch their own clothing brands, or open museums, or make documentary films in the USA.