What kind of positions do ESMT students and graduates seek?
- All 1st year Master’s in Management students seek internship positions between April-October each year. This internship is mandatory part of their course, and must be a minimum of 12 weeks in duration. Most students decide to commit themselves to a longer internship of 5-6 months.
- Many Master’s in Management students, especially after returning for the second year of their studies, seek a working student position of up to 20 hours per week to continue their professional development and gain further practical experience alongside their specialization studies.
- Master’s in Management students graduate in late summer and seek full-time graduate positions from September onwards.
- MBA students seek advanced positions from January each year, after completing their course in the previous year.
Find out how your company can access ESMT talent:
Access to students’ CVs
Reach out to the students based on their profile in the CV book.
Each year, Career Services puts together a summary of our students’ profiles in a format of CV an profile books. Companies can receive a copy of the CV books, review the ESMT talent, and get in touch directly with the students who match their interest and recruitment needs.
We invite you to request your copy of the available CV books by emailing email@example.com.
ESMT career platform – JobTeaser
Post a job opening on our Career Platform.
Companies can access the job-posting platform and advertise openings. When posting a vacancy, we ask you to include information about the company, a job description, an application deadline, and contact details.
The ESMT Career Portal JobTeaser can be accessed via this link.
Interviews on campus
Gain maximum exposure during a one-day event. Individual interviews make it possible to meet a variety of high-potential candidates in a personalized setting.
We would also be happy to create an on-campus event tailored to your company’s specific recruitment needs. Get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the possible options.