The world we live in has been described as volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous. Thus, as we assist our students in their search for a future with meaning, they will embark on a journey of self-discovery to identify a life path that makes good use of their gifts and talents. In today’s world, their journey will be a continuous one as work itself is a never-ending process of learning and change. In that respect, we will help students develop the ability to continuously reinvent themselves and move between worlds with ease, confidence and humility.
The students’ journey will take place in three phases: Exploring, Equipping, and Engaging. We will guide and support them on their path of self-exploration, equip them with the personal and professional tools to help them make informed choices, and engage them in meaningful activities outside of the classroom that will provide a strong foundation for a fulfilling life path.
Career Services organises internal career-related events – talks, workshops and networking sessions – that allow students to explore various industries, gain valuable contacts and develop important skills. In addition, we collect information about relevant external events organised by various organisations. Visit the Career Events page for more details.
Visit this page for a comprehensive listing of CIPE-curated career exploration and professional development resources. They include career path information and guidance, tips on interviewing, networking, resume and cover letter writing, job and internship search websites.
CIPE has appointed a panel of highly accomplished professionals with experiences across a myriad of sectors to provide additional guidance so that you are able to make informed decisions on your career plans. Visit External Adviser Programme for more details.
Students will not have to wait until graduation to immerse into the world of work. Through the Student Associates Programme, Yale-NUS Career Services will provide multiple opportunities for students to engage with the campus community and contribute to the work of faculty and administrative staff. Visit the On-Campus Jobs page for more details on available positions and application requirements.
For more information and resources about graduate and professional school opportunities, visit the Graduate and Professional School page.