MBA Career Development
MBA+ is a suite of personal and professional development opportunities to define your goals, enhance your interpersonal skills, build your corporate connections and raise your profile across the world.
Whether you’re looking to secure a promotion, change direction or set up your own company, our Global Careers Service will help you maximise the impact of the MBA on your career.
Across all our centres, we offer tailored local career support to help you:
- Develop your career goals and strategy
- Build your network and visibility in your target market
- Execute your strategy
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Our webinar series covers all of the tools of the labour market including CVs, cover letters, networking and interview preparation.
Across all our global centres, careers staff deliver regionally focused sessions to boost your employability.
To support your job search strategy, each global centre provides personalised advice in person or via phone / Skype
External speakers and alumni events develop your sector and market insight, and offer networking opportunities.
Developing strong contacts is fundamental to maximising the opportunities your MBA presents. Through the alumni community, you can network with business professionals and build relationships that will last a lifetime.
From the moment you join the programme, you become a lifelong member of our alumni network. This thriving community includes over 60,000 ambitious professionals from diverse backgrounds, spread across 176 countries. You will be invited to join a range of events, including:
- Networking events
Across the globe, the alumni network also includes regional and business interest groups that coordinate a range of activities, allowing you to learn, socialise and make new connections.
"The MBA helped me progress to a senior management position within my department and I now head up a different part of the business. It also offered fantastic networking opportunities with a truly global student base. I attended a workshop overseas, which was a great insight into a completely different culture of conducting business."