ULAB focuses on providing quality education and skills that are necessary for success in life. ULAB's liberal arts curriculum was designed to be a solid foundation for any chosen career path. With this vision, the Career Services Center has been established to combine not only class room education but also to provide young learners soft skills needed at work.
The objectives of the Career Services Center are to prepare students for internships, help the career search process, and foster career development action plans.
Understanding the needs of students
Career Services staff meet one-on-one with students to learn about interests and future plans. This personal contact enables us to understand individual student's needs such as internships, graduate school, jobs or career guidance.
Career Services offers specialized hands-on workshops on Career Planning, Leadership, Motivation etc. All workshops are FREE OF CHARGE.
Skills 4 Career: For students enrolled in Terms 3 to 7, covering the following skills:
- Career Planning
- Goal Setting
- Team Building
Career Vision: For students of Term 8 & above, covering the following skills:
- PowerPoint Presentations
- Vocabulary Works
- Discovering your dream job
- Realities of the job market
- Networking Skills
- How to market yourself
- Internet Etiquette
- Professional CVs
- Interview Skills
Visits from representatives of national and international organizations, study abroad specialists, banks, corporate trainers, and recruiters from businesses.
Career Services Center assists eligible students to find jobs. Local, national and international job opportunities are advertised on a Job Board in the Center. Students are also notified of openings through ULAB email.
In addition to books, newspapers and journals about international schools and graduate entrance exams (GRE, GMAT), the Center also has a dedicated computer with Internet access, as well as a printer, for use by students for job searches and uploading of CVs to job sites.
Records of Graduates
Career Services Center keeps files on graduated students. Files may contain a student's CV, letters of recommendation, transcripts, etc. Graduates are required to notify the Center of any change in job placement. The Center will contact graduates at least once a year to maintain up-to-date records.
Career Services Center
University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh
719/A Satmasjid Road (at Road 7/A)