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What will you earn after graduating with a Master in Management (MIM) in Europe?

What will you earn after graduating with a Master in Management (MIM) in Europe?

The Master’s in Management salary is above-average compared to other disciplines across industries. We spoke to three representatives from top Master’s in Management (MIM) programs in Europe to learn more about the average MIM graduate’s salary (immediately after graduating), as well as popular industries for MIM graduates and what kind of career support their school offers.

Why a top job and salary is just another perk of a top-ranked master’s program

Why a top job and salary is just another perk of a top-ranked master’s program

Every business school has a Career Development Center. For some, this means helping students write their CVs and practice for interviews. For others, this means connecting students with potential employers. For the Strategy and International Management Program (SIM) Careers Team at the University of St.Gallen, it means this and so much more. For the last 13 years, the SIM program at St.Gallen has been ranked the #1 Master in Management (MIM) program in the world by the Financial Times. Linda Lorz, Career Coach and Careers Manager for the St.Gallen SIM, explained to MASTERGRADSCHOOLS how helping students on their employability is a journey, not a destination.

Why the six-month capstone project in this MSBA program is key to career success

Why the six-month capstone project in this MSBA program is key to career success

Tatiksha Singh is currently working as a Sales Operations Analyst for MetricStream. She’s also a graduate of the UCI’s Paul Merage School of Business MSBA program. She explains why her six-month capstone project was so valuable, what you have to do to differentiate yourself as an international student, and the specialty master’s programs at the UCI Paul Merage School of Business.

Why Carnegie Mellon’s Master in Product Management is one of a kind

Why Carnegie Mellon’s Master in Product Management is one of a kind

Kari Calvario is the Director of Master’s Admissions at Carnegie Mellon University. Within her role, she oversees their unique Master of Science in Product Management (MSPM) program, which came to life as a partnership between their Tepper School of Business and School of Computer Science five years ago. She tells us all about the skills product managers need to succeed, the MSPM admission requirements, and what makes this program truly one of a kind.