About us

The Business School ASB Careers Centre aims to prepare and support business students and alumni to secure meaningful graduate employment.

Our aim is to help you find interesting, challenging, and enjoyable work that utilises your skills, talents and the knowledge you have gained as a student at the Business School.

Services offered

We offer the following free services:

  • Career workshops
  • Careers drop-in and appointments
  • Employer events
  • Job vacancies and internship listings

Contact us

The Business School ASB Careers Centre is located on Level 1 of the Owen G Glenn building.

Drop-in

Business School drop-in is held in the Business Student Centre. No appointment is necessary. You can receive advice about:

  • Your job application (CV, cover letter and application form)
  • Your LinkedIn profile

Drop-in hours
12pm-2pm during teaching periods (March only: 10am-4pm on level 2)
Drop-in is available all year round with Career Development and Employability Services (CDES), Room 151 - Level 1, Kate Edger Information Commons

Appointments

You can book a 25 or 50 minute appointment with a Career Development Adviser to discuss:

  • Career choices and decision making
  • Job search strategies
  • Interview preparation
  • Further study
  • A mock interview
  • CV, cover letter and LinkedIn check
  • Your skills, values, preferred jobs and industries
To book an appointment
Email
If you have any questions about the services we offer at the Business School ASB Careers Centre, please email us at bizcareers@auckland.ac.nz.

BizStudent Update newsletter

Check your email inbox on Thursday for our BizStudent Update newsletter so that you keep up-to-date with opportunities. In it you will find details of:

  • What's on at the Business School
  • Career workshops
  • Internships and part-time opportunities
  • Full-time opportunities
  • Scholarships
  • Club activities
To sign up to the newsletter, email bizcareers@auckland.ac.nz.

Clubs and societies

We work closely with a number of different student organisations based in the Business School. They undertake a range activities during the year that will help you build your social networks, develop your professional skills and add value to your CV. These include:

  • AIESEC
  • Beta Alpha Psi
  • Commerce Students Association
  • Management Consulting Club