Current Students

The Graduate School of Business Career Services department serves as a link between students and meaningful employment. Our advisers provide current students and alumni the opportunity to:

  • Explore different career paths through the use of career assessments available during Career Weeks. These tools, coupled with 1:1 career counseling sessions, enable our students to make informed decisions regarding their career path in line with their interests, skills, values and personality.
  • Practice your interviewing and networking skills in a safe environment with the School’s senior staff members and industry professionals.
  • Get advice on how to differentiate yourself from others and stand out from the crowd with respect to resumes and cover letters. Our resume templates ensure a contemporary look and feel as well as relevant content required by most international companies.
  • Take advantage of an up-to-date list of career related literature available from the NU Library or online resources.
  • Secure employment by active participation in Career Week activities, panel discussions, company presentations, networking with distinguished guest speakers, employers and alumni, as well as receive information on Nazarbayev University Career and Advising Centre student sessions.

 

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In general, choosing a meaningful career is a very important accomplishment in life. A meaningful career can impact various aspects of one’s life, including physical and emotional health, quality of life, interaction with others and the ability of an individual to reach his or her highest potential.

Nonetheless, if you are just beginning to think about your career options or whatever direction you choose to pursue after completion of your academic program at the Graduate School of Business, a Career Services staff member can help. Visit us soon and often for consultation to clarify and pursue your career path, whatever the profession and position you wish to pursue!

NUGSB STATISTICS

 

Average age of FTMBA alumni – 30 years

Average years of work experience of FT MBA alumni – 5.6 years

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The previous background is diverse and includes International Relations, Finance, Business, Information Systems, Economics, Education, Accounting, Life safety, Nanoscience, Physics, Computer Science, Petroleum Engineering, Mathematics, Civil Engineering

NUGSB alumni are employed in Charity, Education, Consulting, Agriculture, IT, Mining, Healthcare, Construction, Government, Logistics, Advertising, Postal and Oil&Gas

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In the Press

Talgat Imangaliyev, ЕМВА 2016, General Director of WorleyParsons Kazakhstan What made you think for further education? — Firstly it was a desire to acquire new knowledge, continue career growth, fundamentally change my perception and life though leaving the comfort zone, strike up new and useful acquaintances, and extend friendship network. I handled it all via […]
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Last News

After living in Kazakhstan for a few years, US student Anthony Heykoop decided that he wanted to pursue an MBA and was pleased to find a university that matched his requirements in the capital city of Nur-Sultan
Research Seminar titled “Stronger Together: Understanding How to Prevent, Reduce, or Eliminate Abusive Supervision in the Workplace” presented by Mayowa Babalola, Professor, College of Business at United Arab Emirates University (UAEU).
Research Seminar “Bayesian Consumer Profiling” presented by Thomas Otter, Professor of Marketing, Goethe University Frankfurt.

Upcoming Events

Research Seminar “Bayesian Consumer Profiling” presented by Thomas Otter, Professor of Marketing, Goethe University Frankfurt.
On February 29, join our online session with FTMBA students Anthony Heykoop and Vyenyera Shyndaulyet
26 February 2020 at 6.30pm