Welcome to the new release of QS Global Workplace, featuring a new online profile, thousands more jobs and a facility to help you leverage your extended LinkedIn network.
Your new Global Workplace profile will make you stand out to prospective employers. The new profile encompasses an online CV / resume that tells your unique story using a range of media; add videos, pictures, certificates and more. Save time getting started by importing your LinkedIn profile or an existing CV / resume.
Access to jobs continues to be the most popular way to connect members with opportunities, so as well as the 10,000+ jobs already posted to Global Workplace, members can now search tens of thousands more international roles from the web.
Many jobs link directly to the company’s profile on LinkedIn and people at the company within your extended network are highlighted.
Click here to take the next step in your career, and then create your new Global Workplace profile, to get found by international employers, and search for your ideal role amongst thousands of opportunities.
An MBA internship at a pharmaceutical company is a natural and logical fit for those looking to work within the healthcare industry. Collin Watson is a student at UNC Kenan-Flagler who recently interned at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and will join the company’s rotational program after he graduates. In this interview, he discusses his MBA internship experience and offers advice on how to secure an offer letter at the end of the summer. .. Read more >>
It has become a significant advantage in business to speak more than one language, as MBA employers find themselves participating in an increasingly global market that requires cross-cultural understanding and communication skills. In fact, QS’s 2015 survey of MBA employers shows that international awareness and language skills are among the most-valued attributes sought among those who hire MBAs. .. Read more >>
If you’re an MBA looking to go into consulting, you have probably heard of A.T. Kearney. What you may not know, however, is the emphasis the company places on its entrepreneurial and creative culture. In fact, company culture is a, “is a significant driver of our success,” states A.T. Kearney’s senior manager of campus recruiting, Shannon Anderson. In this interview, Anderson discusses what makes A.T. Kearney different from other consulting firms, as well as what they look for in their MBA hires. .. Read more >>