The Career Development Center (CDC) plays an integral role in the undergraduate experience at NYU Abu Dhabi, providing guidance, advising, programs, and resources to students during their time at NYUAD, and beyond.
Students are supported in an iterative process of discovering and refining their strengths, choosing a major, and gaining professional experience — from developing a solid CV, to meeting industry insiders, to applying to graduate school or global awards.
Video: The Career Development Center helps students find their path.
All the doctors I've spoken to here are excited about research.
Alumni share stories of non-traditional postgraduate career paths.
I've made so many great connections.
I learned the most I know about myself over the last few months.
Interning for Google made me more confident in my skills and potential.
I wanted to make theater with people all over the world.
Why NYUAD grads opted for European graduate programs.
It's all about the process. We’re building skills for a lifetime of learning and growing.
Individualized, tailored advise helps students explore their interests, clarify their goals, and strategize for success.
Professionals in the NYUAD community give students an understanding and insight into real-world challenges.
Students explore different industries, learn about options, and network with potential employers, right here on campus.
Students supported in navigating and evaluating their next step — whether it's working, studying, or another adventure.
The CDC help students find internships, part-time jobs, and student organizations so they can gain professional experience before graduation.
Is graduate school the right next step? Advisors help students decide if it's worth the investment.
The CDC works closely with students to identify global awards competitions that help them achieve their post-graduate goals.
NYUAD graduates have a global vision, sprawling to more than 90 countries around the world.
Alumni are employed around the world in industries ranging from consulting to technology, startups and the arts.