International students in the College of Arts & Sciences have access to an amazing array of career, professional development and graduate school resources through the Colege's offices of career development and advising. The college has advisors who specialize in pre-health and pre-law counseling, as well as career counselors who can help with applications to graduate school, internships and summer experiences and full-time job searches.
Graduates of the College of Arts & Sciences go on to prestigious graduate programs, advanced professional degrees or directly into challenging and rewarding careers. For the Class of 2018, 61 percent entered the workforce, 29 percent were accepted to graduate school, and others volunteered or took time off to write, pursue artistic ventures, or explore the world. View the 2018 post-graduate data here (PDF) and visit the career development site for career outcomes by major.
Get started by scheduling an appointment with A&S Career Development. Office hours are 8-4:30 M-F at their offices in172 Goldwin Smith Hall.
What our students do after graduation
International students take varied paths after graduation. Of the members of the Class of 2018 who responded to our survey:
- 54 percent are attending graduate school
- 42 percent are employed
- 4 percent are seeking positions
Graduate schools attended include:
- Stanford University
- Columbia University
- Carnegie Mellon University
- University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- University of Oxford
Class of 2018 Employment Sectors
- 35% Financial services
- 21% Technology
- 18% Consulting/professional practice
- 6% Government
- Other sectors include: Biotechnology/pharmaceuticalsl/life sciences; Business; Communications/media; Education; Insurance; Law and Nonprofit organizations
Class of 2018 employers:
Bank of Hawaii, Barron International Group, Baruch Blumberg Institute, Blackstone, Bytedance, Central Bank of Malaysia, Collective Health, Compass Lexecon, Curriculum Associates, Duolingo, Eldridge, EY, Flexport, Foundation Medicine, Inc., Goldman Sachs, Google, Hamilton Lane, JPMorgan Chase & Co., Komodo Health, KPMG, Latham & Watkins, Lone Star Value Management, LLC, Morgan Stanley, Nathan Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research, New York City Economics Development Corporation, Nomura, PwC, Tencent, University of Chicago, Vcheck Global, Vidmob, YCP