With digitalization rapidly changing the way businesses operate around the world, a career in digital education management has a lot to offer to all our graduates. From becoming an education academic coordinator or T&D manager to working as a COO or managing director of an online school – there are plenty of exciting job opportunities, and the demand is growing. It is also worth mentioning that anyone pursuing an Master’s in Digital Education Management is highly respected on the global market.
Considering working in education management? Here are some of the many professional paths you can choose upon graduation:
Online School Founder/ Managing Director – you will work with administration, faculty members, and across various school departments to structure and launch online programs; your responsibilities will vary, but part of the job will include working with education technology and finding new trends in the digital learning process.
Chief Academic Officer – you will work towards maintaining the school’s academic systems, from resolving arising issues along the education process to making sure all enrolled students are satisfied.
Head of Business Development – as head of business development you will be held accountable for the overall company’s growth – performance control, planning and establishing improvement strategies, as well as overseeing customer retention initiatives is all part of the job.
Chief Operation Officer – COO usually introduces policies that help promote the school/company, taking into account its brand, vision and current mission. As a chief operating officer, you will be working with top executives, designing new and improving existing business operations.
Marketing Manager – you will work closely with creating marketing strategies to boost the school’s activities and developing marketing plans, creating budgets, and coordinating work with other personnel to design marketing content and expand your target audience.
Product Owner – being a product owner means having a wide range of responsibilities from coordinating with the development team to maximize the product placement to meeting all the existing requirements for the future product development and making sure the product will be successfully launched on the market.
Academic Coordinator – as an academic coordinator, you will be held accountable for an effective delivery of the study curriculum. You will be closely involved in the student live, responding to their needs and maintaining a positive environment, as well as meeting desired company’s targets.
Training & Development Manager – working as a T&D manager, you will be mainly supervising other staff members, providing training to newcomers, facilitating programs and assessing employee’s needs to make sure everything aligns with the school’s goals.