About 80% of the Tio graduates hold a (assistant) management position within five years after receiving their bachelor degree. This according to the research that was conducted among more than 200 alumni of Hotel and Event Management bachelor course (HEM) and the International Tourism Management bachelor course (ITM).
Tio conducted research to find out what positions Tio alumni hold after receiving their bachelor degree. According to the research 80% of the alumni of the bachelor courses hold a (assistant) management position. The number of management positions among the alumni increases even more as they gather additional work experience. The research also shows that alumni of the Hotel and Event Management course turn out to be an independent entrepreneur more often than the International Tourism Management alumni. You can find the results in graph 1.
51% of the alumni is employed in a Tio related line of business.
In addition Tio also conducted research to find out in which line of business the alumni ended up working. The research among the alumni showed that 51% is employed in the hospitality business, event business, tourism and aviation. For instance; in hotels (15%), event business (9%), restaurants (8%) and tour operations (11%). The results are shown definite by course in graph 2 and 3.
49% of the alumni is employed in other business lines.
It is remarkable how the alumni, which did not end up in a Tio taught lines of business, in large numbers ended up working in a service orientated line of business. Out of all the respondents, 49% is not employed in a Tio related line of business. They found positions in, for instance, consultancy firms, banks, insurance companies and temp agencies. Tio graduates turn out to be very versatile in the job market.
Graph 1: Percentage of the alumni over time working in management positions
Graph 2: Line of business in which alumni of the Hotel and Event management course are currently employed
Graph 3: Line of business in which alumni of the International Tourism management course are currently employed