SKEMA 's BBA programmes are precisely oriented around graduates' successful recruitment.
Our employment rate is impressive; graduates find rewarding work with ease.
Careers - Finance specialisation
Graduates will be able to work in the finance departments of French or international companies.
Job opportunities: customer service representative; financial analyst; recovery agent; financial consultant; financial controller; credit manager; portfolio manager; payroll manager; auditor, budget controller, trader, financial and administrative manager; risk analyst, audit for the Commissariat aux Comptes
Careers - Marketing specialisation
Studying marketing opens many career opportunities in business and industry; these range from the traditional aspect of communicating the value of products and services which already exist, to launching more innovative and technological products on the market.
Advertising also offers job possibilities, developing new products, brand management, sales, web marketing and marketing services to name but a few.
Job opportunities: media planner; head of merchandising; promotion manager; market study manager; marketing director; product manager; direct marketing, brand manager; brand & retail coordinator; web marketer; customer relations manager
Careers - Luxury Brand Management specialisation
This specialisation takes graduates into careers in the fast-expanding luxury and fashion areas. Graduates could move into careers more broadly in communication and marketing too.
Job opportunities: visual merchandiser, sales, retail manager, communication, marketing, PR, events manager, brand management and strategy.
Careers - Entrepreneurship & Business Administration specialisation
Students learn to manage a business unit or run a whole business. They also learn how to create a new entity whether this be a new branch of an existing company or a completely new enterprise.
Job opportunities: Company director; start-upper.
Careers - Global Business Development specialisation
Students will occupy managerial positions in companies that are developing abroad, or they may work in an advisory capacity to foreign companies setting up in France.
Job opportunities: export manager; purchasing manager; sales manager, department manager, sector manager; sales executive; export manager; purchasing manager; sales manager, department manager; area manager, sales representative; business manager; client manager; business analyst, entrepreneur, brand manager, sector manager.
Careers - E-Business specialisation
Students will be able to create or manage a company’s digital storefront, both in terms of company strategy and as community manager.
Job opportunities: Web project leader; web marketing manager; e-mailing manager; purchasing manager; traffic manager, agency client manager /web communications manager; web project manager; referencing manager...
Careers - Event Management specialisation
Students will join companies specialised in events or work for the communications departments of large groups. They may also transfer the expertise from this specialisation to careers in the tourism and hospitality industry.
Job opportunities: public relations manager; transport and logistics manager; communications manager; human resources; events manager – sports/wedding planning /business tourism/cultural events etc.; events coordinator, marketing manager.
Careers - Management of Marine Environments specialisation
This specialisation is for those who are passionate about the marine environment. It is largely based on project work and has a strong international component.
Job opportunities: researcher, aquaculture, marine ethology and ecology
Careers - Environmental Management specialisation
This specialisation leads to jobs in research, or more applied areas such as waste management, conservation and management of natural resources, consulting or contributing to global projects in international organisations.
Careers - Sustainable Development & Social Responsibility
This specialisation leads to managerial positions in sustainable development: audit companies, company SD departments or activities related to issues of development and awareness-raising in the developing world.
The field is almost unlimited, stretching from the world of industry to the banking sector and more.
Careers - Engineering & Innovation Management specialisation
As well as jobs in research and development, students can also leverage the managerial dimensions of the course, becoming project managers in companies.
With their double profile in engineering and management, students will be able to manage international production units and contribute to research and development departments, enabling new technologies to reach the market.