For the complete outputs from Warwick researchers please see the University of Warwick Publications service from the tab above.I was asked to write a blog about the difficulties (or not) in finding a job after the Masters course at WMG.In conclusion, you would wonder if this approach paid off. I was lucky enough to secure a job as supply chain management graduate for a large UK manufacturer/retailer before Christmas, starting in September (just after the end of the Masters course).
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I am Mattia, and I commenced study at WMG on the MSc in Supply Chain and Logistics Management (SCLM) after more than 5 years of work experience in the financial and banking industry in London and in Italy (my own country).
I decided to change my career because I did not fully enjoy what I was doing in the banking sector, and I thought (before starting the masters), and I now strongly believe that Supply Chain Management and working for a manufacturing company is what I would like to do in my future career.
(no date) ‘Action Research for Management Research.’ Available at:
id=333855&entityid=https://idp.uk/idp/shibboleth.‘Revisiting the quantitative-qualitative debate: implications for mixed-methods research’ (no date) Qaulity & Quantity, pp. Available at: https://0-link-springer-com.uk/article/10.1023/A:1014301607592.
1) Know yourself and what you are looking for: Easy to say but more difficult to do.
It took me 5 years to understand what I like and do not like in a job/industry, and 3 different positions and companies.
2) Have a CV ready at the highest standards: This is very important, as it is the starting point of your application process (see point 3).
Due to the fact that I came from a professional job, I already had a CV which I believed was a good one.