Career Events

Recruitment and Networking events are most useful and relevant for penultimate year and final year students. These events could be a stepping-stone to finding an ideal job. Prospective employers are frequently invited to NTU to participate in networking events, career fairs and conduct recruitment talks and campus interviews.

​​Recruitment Talks

Companies are invited to conduct recruitment talks in the campus from August to October and January to March. The talks are usually conducted in the afternoon or evenings after most classes ended. Most talks are open to final and penultimate year students, with some talks open to earlier years.

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​​Career Cafe.png Career Cafe @ NTU
Career Cafe on campus allows students to engage and interact with employers over coffee! It is a great platform to know more about the organisation in an informal setting. Employers may share their exciting career opportunities and professional aspirations with students. 

Career Cafe are usually host on Tuesdays or Thursday, from 3pm to 5pm.
 
 
NTU Internship Fair

Students seeking internships from December to January, January to June and May to July are encouraged to come and join us at the Internship Fair where employers showcase their internship opportunities. 
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  NTU Career Fair

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 Career Fair is conducted annually in January or February, catering to graduating students for their job search. It is also a great event for the students from the other years to explore internships or to learn about career opportunities available for the future. 

​GradRecruit
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GradRecruit is a 2-in-1 event: networking cum interviews. This recruitment event is for employers who are looking to recruit graduating students with a bachelor’s degree, a master’s degree or PhD. The event is scheduled after the students’ final examinations and is the last recruitment event on campus.

 
Employers can conduct info-sharing and networking sessions in the morning, and interviews in the afternoon. During the morning session, students will be free to visit employers' booths to gather information on available career opportunities and submit resumes directly to their preferred employers. In the afternoon, employers can conduct interviews that are pre-scheduled. 

 

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