I Career Week for FTMBA & MSF Students 2020 Cohort

WhiteShield Partners,HR manager Nadya Klos

NUGSB Career Services Center closely works with students and potential employers in finding the right match and fit for both of these stakeholders. Students participate in a series of career development events during their studies at GSB. These events are formed into Career Weeks and are held during the academic program:

I Career Week – November

II Career Week- March

III Career Week – September

The I Career Week for our FTMBA & MSF 2020 cohorts took place in 11-15 November. A variety of activities were performed throughout the program — CV writing, interview tips, mock interviews with potential employers, creating a target list of potential employers, making professional photos for LinkedIn.

During I Career Week students were able to take part in several sessions such as: 10 images slide, STAR stories, FIT framework, LAMP list and etc. Also we had a Networking event where students had a chance to meet representatives from companies in different industries. Our students got a chance to meet with representatives from the following companies: Bayer, Nestle, Philip Morris, KazMinerals, McKinsey, BOLT, Altyn Bank, Geometry, Whiteshield Partners, KPMG, PwC, Beeline, SHELL, Kazatomprom, AIX, AIFC, Schlumberger.

The series of the Career Weeks have a specific structure and content, which aims at helping students to find the right industry where they would like to apply the knowledge, experience and to learn something new.











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