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Recruiting and Networking

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The Career Development Center assists students in their pursuit of permanent employment by creating opportunities to engage with companies and organizations through on-campus recruiting, job-posting programs, referrals, alumni introductions and arranging student group visits. 

Job postings

We receive many job postings from employers who are specifically seeking Brandeis IBS students and alumni for both internships and full-time jobs.  We have approximately 2,000 registered employers on our career management system, CareerFOCUS, which is constantly evolving and growing.

Company visits

Image of a student talking to a recruiter at a Brandeis IBS Career FairWe work with student clubs to arrange industry-based trips to meet with leading companies. These visits help students network for summer internships and full-time jobs. Some examples of clubs participating in company visits include the Global Markets Investment Club, the Consulting Club, the Marketing Club and the Technology Club.  

Networking connections

Students are invited to alumni gatherings in Boston, New York and London, and have access to alumni databases, strong connections with the corporate world, visiting executives and Brandeis IBS alumni.

Internship support

Select Brandeis IBS students are eligible to receive an additional stipend while interning at qualifying non-profit, public sector or economic development organizations. 

Image of Ana Lobo MBA ’12 worked in Honduras at the Alas de Esperanza (“Wings of Hope”) FoundationFor example, Ana Lobo, MBA ’12 worked in Honduras at the Alas de Esperanza (“Wings of Hope”) Foundation, which receives government grants to run orphanages, offer services for migrant workers, and collaborate on social work initiatives with hospitals.


Our graduates have an enviable placement record, holding positions in leading corporations and public sector institutions around the globe:

  • About 81% of our MBA students found work by three months after graduation (a common measuring point)
  • About 67% found jobs in the U.S.
  • Some students returned home in compliance with the conditions of their scholarship (e.g., Fulbright Scholars)
  • Some students accepted exciting opportunities outside the U.S.