The constant support, guidance, and encouragement provided to me by my counsellors at the MBA Career Services was vital not only in securing a job post-MBA, but in guiding me towards a desired career.
Devmanyu Singh | Class of 2013
NUS MBA is recognised internationally for its reputation and global learning environment. The emphasis on diverse and inter-cultural learning enables the students to view things from a wider perspective which puts them a notch ahead from the others.
Gina Kuek, Senior HR Manager
Frost & Sullivan, Asia Pacific
Be it securing a job in an MNC, making a career switch, climbing the corporate ladder, or starting your own business, NUS Business School Career Services has a comprehensive suite of offerings that will boost your chances of success in the increasingly competitive global job market.
Organised exclusively for MBA students, events are lined up right from the start of the term to conclusion of the MBA programme and beyond, to best prepare NUS MBA students for their next career move. NUS Business School Career Services has developed workshops, recruitment and industry talks, networking sessions and corporate visits, all to ensure that our MBAs make the right contacts and get the relevant information and training to boost their chances of success in reaching their next career milestone.
Recruitment presentations and industry panel discussions are organised on campus to give our students a glimpse into specific companies and fields. Attend recruitment talks to build your network, better understand what these employers expect of prospective employees and to find out what kind of career opportunities awaits you in these industries and organisations.
Networking is the key to landing your ideal job. NUS Business School Career Services offers numerous platforms where our students can connect directly with corporate partners and industry leaders, to gain valuable insight and develop personal contacts in Singapore and across the region.
The resumes of graduating NUS MBA students are published and distributed annually in both hard and soft copy in the NUS MBA Resume Book, ensuring that recruiters across the globe have easy access to NUS MBA talent.
Daily job postings are offered through our exclusive online recruitment system, TalentEdge, offering both students and recent alumni access to roles that match their profiles and expectations.
At NUS Business School Career Services, we give our students the opportunity to embark on dynamic internships across different industries. Students typically undertake full-time summer internships from May through late July. International students do not need work authorization for full-time summer internships in Singapore, and can take on part-time internships of no more than 16 hours per week during the Academic term.
Career Skills WorkshopsFrom industry-specific interview clinics and assessment centre simulations to personal grooming and personal branding, our carefully chosen workshops are focused on meeting our students professional and career development needs.
Our online job portal allows NUS MBA students to apply for internships and job conveniently and securely. Our Career Resource Centre is stocked with a wide range of useful materials on career choices, DIY kits on resume and cover letter writing and recruitment brochures from hiring organisations. We also make some of the top online career resource libraries available to our students.
The NUS Business School Career Services Team will guide you through self-assessment, market research, cover letter and resume writing, and assist you in formulating your personal goals and developing a career plan. Working closely with your assigned counselor, as well as the sector specialist in your area of interest, our Team will support and guide you through your internship and job search.
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