Corporations and Recruiters - Recruiting Students
At W. P. Carey, we educate current and future business leaders to compete in an increasingly complex and ever-changing environment. W. P. Carey graduates possess a highly desirable blend of foundational knowledge, flexibility, leadership capabilities and drive. Recruiters recognize not only the breadth of knowledge our students have but also their combination of communication, leadership, and functional skills to lead teams and solve critical problems.
The W. P. Carey School of Business is nationally known for its outstanding and diverse undergraduate business students. Over 8,000 talented, motivated students pursue 20 distinct business majors across four campuses throughout the Phoenix metro every year, meeting the demands of employers from Fortune 500 companies to small businesses alike.
The W. P. Carey Business Career Center supports the efforts of our corporate partners in recruiting undergraduate students. Whether you’re promoting employment opportunities or attending business career fairs, our Business Career Center staff can help you develop a strategy to target the most prepared and qualified candidates for your organization's needs and culture.
W. P. Carey master’s students are high-caliber. They’re bright, driven and goal-oriented. Because of their diverse backgrounds, experiences and achievements – as well as the toolkit they build through the innovative, real-world W. P. Carey curriculum – our students add immediate value to any team within an organization.
Our Graduate Career Center serves as the hub for all masters recruiting activities. By working with the Graduate Career Center, you can create the most effective method of reaching and recruiting our students and find candidates with the specific skills and accomplishments you’re looking for.
Learn more about recruiting W. P. Carey MBA and graduate students:
Visit our Graduate Career Center to learn more about student profiles, employment statistics and recruiting opportunities in our master’s programs.