There is a growing demand for professionals trained to collect data and to use analytical tools to drive business decisions. At the same time, there is a short supply of data scientists in the global job market. While this gap between demand and supply poses challenges for recruiters, it offers opportunities for professionals having the right skills and training.

Master in Big Data Management graduates have a strong skill set for a career in analytics, including the ability to analyze large datasets and develop modeling solutions for supporting complex decisions. Students also gain a sound understanding of the fundamental principles of marketing, finance, customer relationship management and communication skills, allowing them to present results to a non-technical business audience.

Some of the industries where Master in Big Data Management graduates are employed:

  • Automotive
  • Computer Software
  • Internet
  • IT and Services
  • Research

Some of the positions held by graduates:

  • Analytics Solution Architect
  • Big Data Architect
  • Business Analytics Manager
  • Chief Data Officer
  • Data Analyst
  • Data Management Consultant

Career Service

The Career Service team supports student in defining their career path and in arranging meetings with public and private companies to explore job opportunities and do the Field Project. Throughout the program, the Career Service team offers:

  • Individual Counselling: guidance for CV and cover letter preparation, interview techniques and contract negotiation.
  • Ecareer Book: student CVs are available online to companies and institutions for recruitment.
  • Business Presentations: conferences and meetings with executives to better understand the business world and the fields where they work.
  • Field Project: a unique opportunity for students to put their knowledge into practice, applying the skills they have learnt throughout the course.

The Field Project can take several forms:

  • Company Project: students are coached by a company tutor during the development of a project related to a specific business field.
  • Entrepreneurial Project: development of business ideas while creating a business plan.
  • Research Project: Research projects on a topic agreed with the faculty.