Career services for studentsOctober 6, 2021 2023-06-06 10:19
Career services for students
Career Services to Students
Individual and/or group career counseling is done to provide the following services:
- Assistance in cover letter and resume writing
- Job search techniques;
- Interviewing tips/mock interviews;
- Personality and career assessment tests (SIGI 3);
- Individual career development plan.
Conducted every Fall and Spring Semester, workshops are facilitated by ICDC career counselors, alumni and professionals from various business sectors on career–related topics to enhance skills and prepare students in their career progression.
Career Resource Materials
The system of Interactive Guidance and Information (SIGI 3) — is a special tool that can help you to plan your career. It is one of the most advanced education and career planning systems available which combines the unique capabilities of the Internet with thoroughly researched information about occupations, work-related values, interests, personality, types, skills, educational programs and more… Read More
What to do with your major
The following links give students an overview of what a particular major can offer in terms of career opportunities, the industry related to it, and strategies to apply in order to succeed.
DBS offers Bachelor’s degrees in:
CEIT offers Bachelor’s degrees in:
College of Laws offers Bachelor’s degrees in:
Apply for a Job – Those seeking job opportunities must fill out the Job Application Form. The information you provide will be used only for job placements and will be kept confidential (Job Application Form)
Job Fair – An annual event held every March by inviting companies from various industries and sectors for the purpose of hiring students for internship, training and/or part-time and full-time employment. All students are encouraged to participate in this event. (Career Fair Guide)
On–campus recruitment – Companies recruiting for their current vacancies conduct on–campus interviews of shortlisted candidates. Some companies may conduct a presentation and a small networking event afterwards followed by the actual interview sessions. Students are encouraged to participate to improve their chances of employability.