The University of Kansas School of Business provides MBA students with a personalized approach to reach their career goals. There is no standard profile for an MBA student given the variety of previous career histories and varied years of employment so the School of Business assists each student uniquely.
From exploring internship opportunities to identifying a full-time career after graduation, students will work with the director of MBA Career Services on an individual basis to create an action plan that works specifically for them.
The MBA Career Services office can assist students with their resume, interviewing skills, networking strategies, company research, and a variety of other internship and career-related activities. Students are also provided many opportunities to network with Professionals from a cross-section of companies and industries to enhance their leadership skills and overall professional growth. Through practical career guidance and external exposure, the KU School of Business MBA program will position students to have successful career outcomes.
Contact Dave Byrd-Stadler, director of employer relations and MBA Career Services, to set up an appointment to discuss your specific career goals and how the KU MBA program can assist you.