Apprenticeships to consider if your favourite subject is business studies

Apprenticeships to consider if your favourite subject is business studies

If your favourite subject is business studies and you are thinking of pursuing it further, there is a broad range of careers open to you.

 

Business studies opens up a vast range of career opportunities for you. In fact, The Apprenticeship Guide dedicates an entire industry sector to it.

Among the career options available are administration, project management, professional development, management, customer services, and facilities management.

Of course, business studies teaches you important skills that are applicable in almost every possible career, so don’t hesitate to consider other possibilities.

Apprenticeships that are appropriate for a graduate of business studies will develop your skills further in organisation, teamwork and communications, among many others, as well as ICT since you’ll likely use a computer for the majority of your work.

Here is a selection of apprenticeships on offer that all have a focus on the subject of business studies.

Business administrator: You’ll work independently or as part of a team to develop, implement, maintain and improve administrative services.

Associate project manager: You’ll develop into a capable associate project manager who knows what needs to be achieved, how it will be achieved, how long it will take and how much it will cost, and is able to work with the project team to achieve the desired results.

Business-to-business sales professional: Using insights, critical thinking and commercial judgement, you’ll work to deliver commercial benefit to a number of customers or a complex, high-value account.

Career development professional: You’ll help individuals assess their own strengths, values, beliefs and situation, and connect them meaningfully to the labour market and the education system.

Chartered manager: You’ll become capable of managing complexity and delivering impact at a strategic and operational level, with management and leadership responsibility for setting and delivering organisational objectives through a range of functions.

Customer service specialist: You’ll work as an advocate of customer service who acts as a referral point for dealing with more complex or technical customer requests, complaints and queries.

Facilities manager: You’ll be responsible for the safe, secure and comfortable day-to-day working environment for properties, assets and services that must be fully compliant with health and safety and other legislation.

 

The Find An Apprenticeship service lists many apprenticeships currently available in England. You can check regularly to discover an apprenticeship related to the subject of business studies near you.

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