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Career Support after graduating from KEDGE Business School

Wed 01 May 2024

KEDGE values personal and professional development for all their students throughout their studies. They will support students with this, providing support, resources, events, and tools. This has helped create an extensive alumni network working for major international companies across the world. KEDGE has an alumni network of over 75,000 graduate professionals across the world. With over 2,000 companies in the KEDGE network, students have a truly global outreach throughout their studies and after graduation.

KEDGE graduates have gone on to work for companies such as Airbus, Carrefour, Barclays Investment Banking, Deloitte, l’Oréal, LVMH, Orange, PWC, Apple, Dior and many more! This highlights the incredible value KEDGE Business School alumni have in the competitive international job market.

Career Centre

The career centre team at KEDGE Business School provides students with the necessary skills and tools to help build up their employability. They do this using their personal and professional development system, with three objectives:

  1. To help students get to know themselves better.

  2. To help students define their professional project in line with their personality.
  3. Build and implement the project.

This is further developed using group workshops, individual coaching, and job hunt seminars.

“I chose to study for an MSc in Banking & Finance to deepen my skills within the banking industry. I wanted a programme that balanced theory with practical learning with the possibility to work in an international environment. As part of my undergraduate internship, I had the opportunity to work in a Peruvian consulting and finance group within the Business Consulting and Corporate Finance department. For me, the highlight of this programme is being able to learn from top professionals from the financial industry.”

Castro Gonzalo (Student)
MSC Banking & Finance 2023


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