Career Counseling and Services (CC&S)
ALUMNI Career Paths
Where do IUJ graduates work after IUJ?
Here is a list of examples of where privately-sponsored IUJers from 2010-2014 found employment, including charts of industries popular among recent graduates.
What kind of career paths have IUJ students taken?
Swagat’s story from pre IUJ life in India, to IUJ’s MBA experiences, and now his new exciting career in London
- First Time Job hunter with no work experience but clear career goal and drive
Investment Banking Example
- Changing careers after 3 years experience, by building on undergraduate education and volunteer interests
Development Consulting Example
- Leveling up a career after 9 years work experience.
Business Consulting Example
- First time job hunter, no work experience, but clear drive in non-business sectors.
Diplomacy/Ministry of Foreign Affairs Example
- Leveling up and improving specialization in a career after 11 years experience.
IT Consulting/IT Specialist Example
- Honing specialization to advance a career after several years in support staff role.
International Organization/Development work Example
What jobs do IUJ graduates aim for?
The IUJ Career Coach encourages each IUJ student to find their own professional goals, and plan to reach them by customizing their time at IUJ. Students need not limit themselves based on what other IUJ students have done. That said, each of our programs is focused on preparing a different kind of professional. Choosing your base program is important for your future. Please use this guide to find your match.
In short, the following career areas are popular among our private (those not coming with prior employment sponsorship) students:
Finance fields, investment banking, general banking, consulting (IT, Management) marketing, general business, trade relations, etc. etc.
IT Consulting, general management, B2B business divisions, internet/webpage development firms, mobile industry, etc. etc.
Development consulting or organizations, Micro financing, research, investment banks, government positions for sustainable development, etc.
Governments and international organizations in leadership, management and project cycle management roles, UN various offices, Project evaluation and development planning project creation roles.
International Relations/Peace Studies
PhDs, academics, research, university level teaching, journalism, diplomatic circles, politics, international organizations, UN various offices and volunteering programs, banking, general business, peace keeping missions, relief missions, election monitoring, etc. etc.