A survey made during the spring semester 2016 by our students examined the professional paths of our graduates and showed that:

-86% were employed at the time of the survey


Their very diverse employment destinations are related to the heterogeneous students’ background:

-International organizations: World Economic forum, ISO, WHO, UNCTAD, International Trade Centre, International Telecommunication Union, UN, Fail Labor Association,...

-Private sector: ethical trade management, banks, real estate, own business,...

-Public sector: national standard setting bodies (BSI,...), public administration

-PhDs: sustainable development, global health, economics of developing countries, ISO standards applied on enterprises,...


On average, they were able to find a suitable job six months after graduation