Graduating in the beauty and grandeur of Canterbury and Rochester
Cathedral filled with the pride of accomplishing a degree course is just the beginning for students of Kent Business School.
Our courses set people up for vocations that will take them to all corners of the business world. Our esteemed alumni are a reflection of all that can be achieved after studying with KBS. We feel privileged be a part of their success.
Here, we shine a spotlight on just what can be achieved with a KBS degree. From working for Formula 1, to launching a sustainable fashion brand and much more. Find out what our graduates did next...
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Having studied banking and finance at undergraduate level, ambitious Naveed expanded his management perspective by undertaking the Kent MBA.
Abbie Clark graduated with a First in Marketing. After graduation she secured a job as an Account Executive and within a year was promoted and is now a Senior Account Executive.
Successful completion of a Master’s in Human Resource Management led to Alastair Goss's role at Formula 1.
Jessy decided to take a Master’s in Finance (Finance, Investment and Risk) at Kent Business School. The skills she gained have led to success in her current role as an Investment Analyst for a private equity firm.
MSc International Business and Management graduate Olcay Kılınçcı tells us of his pride in launching a consultancy firm.
Dr Annunziata Esposito Amideo studied a PhD in Management Science with KBS. She is now a highly regarded University Lecturer.
KBS caught up with Emay Enemokwu, a BSc Accounting and Management graduate and founder of the fashion brand Jehu-cal.
Sarah Grippay recently graduated with a BSc (Hons) in International Business with a Year in Industry and is set to launch her own business.
KBS BA Accounting & Finance Student Samuel (pictured third from left) talks about choosing a course wisely.
Our Business Start Up Journey inspired Aliaa ElShabrawy an MSc Digital Marketing and Analytics student.
PhD student Idorenyin Etokakpan is taking on the world with his research that explores talent management in uncertain times.
Working for a digital marketing agency, Phoebe Thompson a BA Business and Management student credits KBS for her successes.
I had so many highlights whilst at the UoK, becoming Entrepreneur of the Year in 2017 was a great achievement that helped me become more confident in starting and pursuing business ideas outside of the university.
I didn't have a dream job as a child, I just wanted to play and be happy. My dream job now is to be my own boss with a sustainable company.