Upon the successful completion of the MSc Tourism & Hospitality Management, you will be able to pursue a career in many interesting professional positions.

What kind of jobs could you get with a tourism and hospitality degree?

  • Airlines, Cruises & Amusement Parks Manager
  • Customer Service Manager
  • Director of Operations
  • Director of Sales & Marketing
  • Entrepreneur
  • Event & Conference Manager
  • General Manager
  • Hotel Manager
  • Restaurant Manager
  • Revenue Manager
  • Spa & Sports Manager
  • Tour Operation & Travel Agencies Manager


The “Conférence des Grandes Ecoles” and TBS Education joined forces to carry out a big survey that concluded some interesting results on graduates from 2016, 2017, and 2018 academic years.

Employability rates

63% of our MSc students find a job before graduation (internship period). 92% of them find their first job within 4 months of graduating and this figure rises to 97% within 6 months of graduating.

Employment by area

The highest percentage of our students (21%) obtained a Business & Finance position, which shows the importance of the master’s in tourism management’s students for the job market.

On the other hand, 60% of our graduates obtained a position related to Marketing & Communication (19%), Trade & Export (17%), Consulting (14%) and Auditing (10%).

Finally, 19% of our graduates split into the following areas: Production & Logistics (8%), ICT & IS (4%), Human Resources (3%), Others (3%), and Big Data & Artificial Intelligence (1%).

Employment by sector

Consulting is the most popular sector among our graduates (24%), followed by Industry (23%), Insurance (22%), Trade & Distribution (14%) and ICT & Multimedia (2%).

15% of our graduates are currently working in different sectors (Others), where tourism and hospitality businesses are included.

Company size

Almost 70% of our graduates are currently working at large companies (> 5000 to 250 employees), while the rest of them obtained a job at SMEs. Our tourism & hospitality management graduates are distributed among all the company sizes.

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