More are choosing international jobs

8 April 2011

Thirty-five per cent of BI students who graduated in the spring of 2010 are working for international companies. This is clear from BI Norwegian Business School’s annual labour market survey.

“I’m very pleased that more and more of our students are considering international companies,” says president of BI Norwegian Business School, Tom Colbjørnsen. “We want to provide the industry with qualified students.”

MSc in Business and economics students (60 per cent) and MA students (50 per cent) especially work for international companies.

Nine out of ten get jobs

Ninety per cent of all BI students who graduated in the spring of 2010 had jobs within six months of completing their studies. This is clear from BI Norwegian Business School’s annual labour market survey.

“The figures confirm that BI delivers relevant high-quality higher education which is in demand in the labour market,” says president of BI Norwegian Business School, Tom Colbjørnsen.

This is a slight increase from 2009, at 89 per cent.

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