Arizona State University career skills

Career skills at Arizona State University

Arizona State University (ASU) provides an extensive selection of resources and tools to help international students pursue their dream careers. Its reputation for producing successful alumni also means that global companies look to ASU for skilled graduates to join their teams.

During your degree

You’ll have access to a wide range of resources, services and extracurricular opportunities to guide you on your path towards a successful career. 

ASU’s Career and Professional Development Services include: 

Résumé and cover letter review and interview preparation

Career and internship fairs with 2,200+ employers

Access to over 40,000 internships and job opportunities

Workshops and presentations for international students

Personalized career advice and job search assistance

ASU Mentor Network offering one-on-one sessions 

Get a job on campus while you study 

You can develop your employability skills and gain valuable experience by working on campus for the University during your studies. International students with an F-1 visa are allowed to work up to 20 hours per week during the academic year. 

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Nouran’s ASU campus employment experience

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What student jobs are available on campus?

Do an internship related to your major

Some ASU degrees require students to complete an internship course in order to graduate, but you can still do an internship even if it is not required. While studying at ASU, international students can apply for and accept internship opportunities using the USA’s curricular practical training (CPT) program; 59% of graduates did an internship or similar experience during their bachelor’s degree (2019–20). 

Here’s how you can shape your future by studying at ASU

Employability skills, networking and work experience can all make finding a job easier. 

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How you can improve your employability while studying abroad 

Have a quick look at the incredible things fellow international students at ASU aim to accomplish with their degrees. 

After graduation

Now that you have earned your degree and gained valuable career skills, you can take what you’ve learned into the workforce. And ASU can support you even after you graduate.

How ASU can help you: 

Nearly 9 out of 10 ASU graduates receive at least one offer within 90 days of graduation 

ASU Career and Professional Development Services 

Top 10 in the world for student-employer connections 

QS Graduate Employability 2022 

Top 10 US university with most alumni at Fortune 500 companies based on LinkedIn analysis 

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