Employability

The programme of the Master in Communication, Management and Health enables students to acquire specific skills in the health sector and at the same time get an education in business and marketing. MCMH graduates are therefore prepared for career opportunities in marketing and communication for pharmaceutical, biotech, and insurance companies, as well as government and other health organizations. Marketing departments from other sectors will also value the distinctive profile of MCMH graduates. 

The following data are based on the 2022 USI Alumni Survey*.

  • Employed                         89.7%
  • Average Time to job        2.3 months
    (70% within 3 months: 36% before graduation)

 

Place of work %

Switzerland

  • Ticino
  • Other Swiss Cantons

61.0

23.0
38.0

Italy 19.0
Other Countries 20.0

 

Industries (main) %
Pharmaceuticals, Medical technology 19.2
Advertising, Marketing, Events 15.4
Health care, Social services 11.5
Banking, Finance, Insurance services, Accounting 7.7
Informatics, Technology, Web 7.7
Media 7.7
Luxury goods, Fashion, Accessories 3.9
Human resources consulting 3.9
Construction, Tools, Machinery 3.9
Educational, Research institutions 3.9
Energy, Oil, Gas, Mining 3.8
Real estate 3.8
Rubber and plastic materials 3.8
Telecommunication 3.8

 

Functions (main) %
Consulting 15.4
Marketing 15.4
Purchasing and Sales 11.7
Research 11.5
Human Resources 11.5
Programme and project management 7.7
Administrative 7.7
Media and Communication 7.7
Entrepreneurship 3.8
Business Development 3.8
Product manager 3.8

 

Salary
The average salary** is CHF 67'400.-

 

*The survey is conducted every 2 years by the USI Career & Alumni Service.
** 100% gross annual salary in CH

Events
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Cinema and Audiovisual Futures Conference 2024

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The Future of Survival Public Event: Digital Migrations

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