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International Recruiting Events

Some of the most prominent recruiting events for domestic and international UB students.

Read the descriptions carefully to determine your eligibility in terms of degree required, country work authorizations, etc.  You may register for some of the events free on the Web; however, you will be responsible for any necessary travel arrangements and event fees. Many events require you to register up to six months or more ahead of time, so observe the deadlines and register early.

  • Job Fairs: How to make them work for you
  • Asian MBA International: Sponsors a national job fair and interview event during its annual conference in September or October. While the event targets Asian MBAs, participation is open to both members and non-members. There is a fee to attend. Registration begins in late spring or early summer.
  • DISCO International Career Forums: Held in spring, summer and fall for Japanese/English speaking students at all levels in New York City, Boston, San Francisco and Tokyo.
  • MIT European Career Fair: This career fair was first organized by members of MIT's European Club and has been growing to now attract as many people from the U.S. and other parts of the world, including Europeans that reside in the U.S. The fair is be open to students from all universities and to young professionals primarily interested in working in Europe and usually occurs in January or February. Register early.
  • National Black MBA Association: The National Black MBA Association sponsors this job fair and interview event during its annual conference in September or October. While the event targets minorities, participation is open to both members and non-members of the association. There is a fee to attend. Registration begins in late spring or early summer.
  • National Society of Hispanic MBAs Career Expo: The National Society of Hispanic MBAs sponsors this job fair and interview event during its annual conference in late October or early November. While the conference targets Hispanics exclusively, fair participation is open to both members and non-members of the Society. Registration begins in late spring or early summer and is open to undergraduate and graduate students.