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Excellent career opportunities in three major european capitals with a global projection

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Career Opportunities

The Master’s has a burgeoning job bank. It gives us great pride and satisfaction to note that there are graduates with our Master holding leading HR positions in many major companies.

We regularly receive internship and employment offers for our students from such renowned organizations as Airbus, BBVA, Baker & McKenzie, Boston Consulting Group, Deloitte, EY, Indra, INECO, Management Solutions, Manpower Group, Repsol and Vodafone, among others. Furthermore, the Fundación Universidad Carlos III provides career advice through its Professional Planning and Orientation Service, which advises, informs and helps graduates to access the labour market.


Madrid is extremely vibrant, cosmopolitan and welcoming, with privileged connections with Latin America, offering unparalleled living experiences. Every year it is chosen by millions of visitors from abroad interested not only in the Iberian arts and the distinctive Spanish way of life, but also in studying the Spanish language, the third most spoken around the globe with about five hundred million speakers. In recent years, Madrid has achieved and maintained an outstanding economic role within the EU, attracting a large amount of both domestic and foreign investment in cutting-edge sectors, with greater value added and technological input. It is only fair to say that “Modern” is the adjective that best describes this southern European capital.



Not to find something of interest in London is nigh on impossible even for those people who are hard to please. Virtually every cultural and social phenomenon that has attracted the world’s attention over the past fifty years has originated, or at least been further developed, in this cosmopolitan metropolis. London is the capital of music of all kinds, avant-garde architecture and other forms of arts, to say nothing about fashion and sports. Moreover, it is renowned for being a foremost centre of higher education in terms of both teaching and research, attracting students from all corners of the world. Many come to study English, the world’s second most spoken language with around one billion speakers. What’s more, London is one of the world's leading centres for financial and professional services, generating roughly one-fifth of the UK’s GDP.


London South Bank University:
LSBU is one of the London universities that attract the most students each year. LSBU puts its students first. The faculty’s commitment to the diverse and culturally rich student body is paramount at LSBU, with students’ achievements and satisfaction being the university’s primary goal. LSBU continuously develops and improves a fully integrated framework of student support, which works across and between faculties. The university’s strong business links ensure course content remains highly relevant, thus providing students with the skills to fulfil workplace needs and improve their career opportunities. This also explains why LSBU is a top ranking UK university for graduate salaries. Finally, LSBU is in a privileged location in the very heart of the city.



Not only is Paris one of the most beautiful cities to visit, but it is also the capital of a French-speaking world of over one hundred million people. Paris has maintained its major international positioning over the years. Thanks to the flourishing business activities arising from the operations of many large multinational companies, Paris may well be considered one of the world’s economic hubs. Besides its vast historic and artistic heritage, this European city is also home to prestigious universities that have made a major contribution to the development and refinement of human thinking. For many people, studying in Paris is a captivating and unmatchable experience.


IGS, Institut de Gestion Sociale:
Founded in 1975, IGS is the French leader in HRM education with over 8500 alumni working in HRM roles in companies in France. Since its foundation, IGS has adopted a pragmatic, first-hand approach to business education, thanks also to the partnerships entered into with professionals and practitioners, who bring real corporate experience into the classroom. Programmes are constantly updated to both benefit from the feedback and inputs of a network of more than 5500 partner companies and meet corporate needs. IGS has always been at the forefront of HRM training, with starting salaries for the vast majority of its graduates being 15% higher than the average in the field.