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Solve today's complex business problems: from data to answers

As a graduate from the Business Analytics Master’s programme, you’ll be familiar with all the steps from data to solution, including the skills required to communicate to stakeholders and convince them of your advice.

You’ll be well-prepared either to focus on a single step in the process – becoming a specialist – or to take a broad view, sitting at the centre of the web in data science projects. In both cases, Business Analytics alumni are extremely valuable to all sorts of organisations.

Both the private and public sectors are constantly looking for ways to increase efficiency and effectiveness. Your skills as a business analyst are in such high demand that you may receive job offers before you graduate or at the company where you completed your internship.

And there’s more: even during your studies you could easily find yourself taking on a part-time job as a junior data analyst or programmer. While your fellow students are waiting tables or stocking shelves, you could well be generating extra income while picking up highly relevant work experience.

What can you do after your Master's degree?

Start working

A Master’s degree in Business Analytics opens the door to all kinds of career opportunities. Major international companies like Google, and KLM are all on the lookout for talented business analysts. 

You could enter a graduate consultancy position with leading firms like Deloitte, Accenture, EY and PwC. Or you could become a data scientist in one of the many Amsterdam-based data science startups. Alternatively, why not pursue a career as a data-mining specialist or risk manager in the financial sector? Become a revenue specialist at KLM or Emirates?

Or pursue an academic career

There are also prospects aplenty in the world of academic research. Much of the applied research generated by our partnerships with industry is carried out by our graduates who have pursued their academic ambitions at PhD level.

Where did our students end up?