Our courses allow you to experience the cutting edge of modern business practices and are designed to equip you with the essential skills and knowledge that you will need for an exciting and fast-paced career in business and beyond.
On this page you will find information on a wide variety of career pathways for business school graduates. From Accountant to Wall Street Wizard (yes, we encourage our graduates to build their own job titles where possible) you will discover where a degree from Essex Business School could take you.
We are a big department with academic expertise in five key subject areas: accounting, finance, entrepreneurship, management and marketing. Therefore, this page will guide you through the key skills and alumni destinations from our degrees by subject rather than give you a general ballpark of where you might end up.
As business themes operate through every industry you will find that doors open for business school graduates in virtually every sector. On this page you’ll hear from business school graduates who have taken their opportunities and built upon the skills gained on their degrees to become entrepreneurs, traders, business leaders and so much more.
At Essex Business School, we have five core subject areas plus The Essex MBA. To find out about the specific career prospects for your chosen subject, click on one of the panels below. To find out more about how Essex Business School supports your employability skills and career prospects more generally as a department, please keep scrolling.
"At Footprint Digital we are building a team that learns, plays and grows together. A team that supports each other to do the best work of our careers and deliver results that make us all proud. Essex graduates embody exactly what we look for in a Footprinter. They are sponges, not stones. They are curious, always looking to improve and work together to make it happen."
As a business school we are naturally aligned with business and and business collaboration. We work with businesses and organisations in a number of ways which benefit our students, our teaching and our research: