There are many roads open to you when you earn your Commerce Entrepreneurship and Organisations bachelor’s degree. What about working as an account manager at Booking.com or as a project manager at the marketing department of KPMG. You can also work as an online marketeer or consultant. Do you want to know more about your many options? Take a look at the career opportunities and read interviews with alumni.
Do you want to continue your education after completing the Commerce Entrepreneurship and Organisations bachelor’s degree? This bachelor’s degree grants you access to many domestic and foreign master’s degrees.
The gross starting salary for recent graduates is around € 2,346 per month (Higher Education Guide 2020).
The growing number of online sales has created thousands of new jobs and a strong demand for young professionals with e-commerce expertise.
Successful in online business
Online business is booming: 96% of the Dutch people like to shop online, where they spend a total of €23.7 billion (source: Thuiswinkel.org). This has also led to an increased demand for e-commerce experts. After completing this programme, you will know how to boost online and offline sales, both in SMEs and multinational organisations. You can have a career as an account manager, online marketer, communication advisor, sales manager or start your own business!