How do I get career support?

Sheila Mahon
Sheila Mahon
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Choosing to study abroad is a significant investment for you and your family and with that in mind, you clearly want to ensure that you make the best decision for your future career.

At NCI, we can safely say that the level of career support that we provide for international students is second to none.

NCI Career Team

NCI has a team of senior recruitment experts and guidance professionals that are experienced in providing tactical, customised, comprehensive career development and personal branding advice and guidance to international students.

You can find more information on their webpage here

How to enhance your career prospects

  1. The most important aspect of your job search will be your academic results. It is without any doubt the students that get the best jobs are those that have worked hardest on their programme.
  2. The next most important thing will be the effort you put into building your career skills, by engaging in the career planning activities and employer events organised by the Careers Service.
  3. Become knowledge able about your visa and work permissions while on student visa and graduate visa.
  4. It is also important to understand, that placements are not standard practice in Ireland. However, companies will talk to colleges regularly and look to recruit the best students from particular classes. This recruitment process is very competitive and it takes much work and practice to ensure that you give yourself the best chance to be chosen by a company.

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