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MMT Graduates work in various sectors and taking up various job titles. With different education background and strong analytical skills, graduates of MMT ITS will be excellent candidates for various positions. With over 1600 alumni, we find that MMT alumni work in manufacturing industry, service sectors, government agencies, and education institutions. Here are some types of jobs appropriate for MMT graduates.

With knowledge on functional management (marketing, finance, human resources, and operations) and knowledge on other management subjects such as strategic management, innovation and information technology, all MMT graduates can play a role at the top management positions in various industries.

MMT graduates can work as analysts as many subjects equip students with analytical skills, such as statistics, operations research, supply chain management, and various other quantitative related subjects. With the newly opened Business Analytics program, we are even more confident that MMT graduates will be suitable candidate for business analyst or business intelligent.

MMT graduates can work as analysts as many subjects equip students with analytical skills, such as statistics, operations research, supply chain management, and various other quantitative related subjects. With the newly opened Business Analytics program, we are even more confident that MMT graduates will be suitable candidate for business analyst or business intelligent.

MMT alumni will also able to take up jobs as business or IT consultant. This is particularly true because the curriculum of MMT program blends business skills and analytical skills. These skills are normally required for consulting jobs that involve problem identification and recommending actions for solving those problems.

Few MMT graduates also work as government officers. Knowledge on management and technology possessed by MMT graduates make them good candidates for working in government offices. Hopefully they will be able to apply their knowledge to provide better public services.