Our events are a great opportunity to meet with top graduate schools and a large number of organizations recruiting for full- and part-time positions.
The CDC hosts many career-related events each year, giving you the chance to explore different industries, learn about their options, and network with potential employers.
Meet more than 70 organizations like Google, McKinsey & Company, CNN, and Goldman Sachs at the biannual Opportunities Fair, or upgrade your industry knowledge in a more intimate setting at our weekly Employer Sessions with organizations like Louvre Abu Dhabi, UNHCR, Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), or Bosch. Because your career journey will hinge on relationship building, we create the space for casual conversations with professionals at our networking events, and help you build the skills to navigate these relationships well at our workshops.
Meet more than 80 organizations recruiting NYUAD students for volunteer opportunities, internships, part-time and full-time jobs.
Practice introducing yourself, being curious, asking relevant questions, and orienting to common values with professionals from around the UAE.
Talk to graduate school admissions representatives from around the world. Discover what you can study, when to apply, and how to pay for it.
Connect with professionals from the creative industries, learn tips and tricks for engaging the arts.
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Learn how to eat and talk and be hireable at the same time.
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Meet organizations leveraging STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) skills, and discover how what you’re learning is relevant to their goals.
Upgrade your skills to be competitive for what you want with step-by-step, student-specific guidance.
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Get an up-close view of what it would look and feel like to work in an organization by visiting them.
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Organizations share about what they do, how their industry works, or how you can be involved.
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