Graduates follow careers in a wide range of sectors including investment and finance, technology, health, utilities, manufacturing, media, and in management roles including: human resources, marketing, operations, supply chain and procurement, and project management.
Real experience every step of the way
As well as expert-led teaching, all undergraduate modules within Plymouth Business School have integrated CV building activity, for example, through micro-credentialing, problem-based learning, or embedded direct employer activity.
We work with employers to develop our assessments and to ensure that you have the opportunity to work on real world problem-based exercises. You will also experience regular employer engagement, such as guest speakers, throughout your degree.
We know this is key to student academic and graduate success.
All organisations need managers
The combination of critical thinking and practical commercial skills nurtured on this course make it an excellent way to prepare for a career as a successful business manager. There’s no getting away from the fact that it’s a competitive field, but developing your knowledge and understanding of key business areas, and tailoring your degree to your interests, will enable you to graduate with the confidence to succeed.
Studying Business Management at Plymouth will develop your skills and ability to pursue a career in a wide range of settings – from project management to human resources and across all public and private sectors.
Advice from graduate Christopher Cleves
"Read around the subject you’re studying as widely as you can, watch the news and make as much use as you can of all the employability and skills development facilities at the University. What’s being reported in mainstream media can seem a little far away when you’re studying but coming to interview with a good knowledge of current affairs can help to bridge the gap between university and full-time work."
The University of Plymouth has a dedicated careers service supporting you from the moment you start your degree, to three years after graduation.
Careers advice is embedded into your academic programme through workshops, events, placements, and working with the academic staff teaching on your course. We also offer materials, networks and resources online through our 24/7 portal, and a wide-range of activities, opportunities and support centrally in the Careers Service space within the Student Hub.
We are here to help you to explore, connect and succeed.