Career Coaching and Support

As a Queen’s MBA student, you will receive extensive, personalized attention from our Business Career Centre team. Hiring our Graduates

MBA Career Development Program

The MBA Career Development program is a combination of workshops, self-directed tutorials, online career resources, and one-on-one coaching sessions that will assist you in building the foundation necessary to successfully achieve your career goals.

One-on-One Career Coaching

Our team of career development professionals are dedicated to supporting your individual needs, recognizing your unique background and personal career goals.

Kezia Burke

“My Career Coach helped me with my job search right from the beginning with resume and interview preparation. They introduced me to the Rotational Leadership Programs at the major banks which was ideal for me.”

Kezia Burke, MBA 2014
Associate, Graduates Matter Rotational Program
CIBC
Toronto

On-Campus Recruitment

Smith School of Business attracts top corporate recruiters to our annual on-campus recruiting activities each Fall.

Corporate Relations and Toronto Trips

Our Corporate Relations team is focused on strengthening relationships with our corporate partners to create opportunities for students. This includes program funded trips to Toronto, Canada’s largest business centre, to connect with key alumni, recruiters and businesses.

Extensive Online Career Resources

The MBA Career Portal is home to important program news and communication, a calendar outlining upcoming workshops and events, key career content, valuable online resources and job search links.

Dare to Dream Internship Program

We also provide extensive support for graduates wishing to pursue entrepreneurial endeavors through our Dare to Dream Internship Program.

98% of our graduates employed within 6 months of graduation (class of 2016)
$119,596 average starting package (class of 2016)
FT Value for Money
#1 in Canada for Salary Increase (2017)
#1 in Canada for Value for Money (2017)
BusinessWeek
#1 in Canada for Salary (2017)
#1 in Canada for Job Placement (2017)
Employment by Industry
(Class of 2016)
Financial Services 30%
Consulting 25%
Technology & Telecommunications 13%
Retail 6%
Healthcare 4%
Energy & Resources 4%
Other 18%
Job Acquisition Report
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