By UCLA Anderson February 16, 2017 Leave a Comment

Landing a dream job is the goal of many MBA students, and school career centers play a significant role in setting students up for success. Poets & Quants (P&Q) recently wrote about "The Best MBA Career Centers" as recently ranked by The Economist and highlighted our UCLA Anderson Parker Career Management Center at the top of the list based on student satisfaction!

 

POETS & QUANTS 2016 CAREER SERVICES RANKING (Based on The Economist data)RankingSource: Poets & Quants; Data from The Economist

In the P&Q article, you can learn more about Regina Regazzi, Anderson alum (Class of 1997) and our esteemed Assistant Dean and Director of the Parker Career Management Center. Read about how Regina and her team help keep UCLA Anderson's career services at the top, which includes close monitoring of students' progress by career advisers, frequent student feedback surveys, and data-centric open communication with employers.  

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Source: Poets & Quants; Data from UCLA Anderson Parker Career Management Center

Given that UCLA Anderson's student body represent a wide variety of career interests, the Parker career search process is personalized, customized, and highly supportive — in fact, there were over 4,800 advising appointments last year… that's an average of over 6 appointments per student!  Further, UCLA Anderson is proud of its unique mandatory Career Series Curriculum — it's so comprehensive and integral to the Anderson learning experience that students even get course credit towards their degree.

Beyond the Parker Career Series course, there are so many other resources available to our Anderson students from career workshops, "Days On the Job", industry treks around the world, our Anderson Career Teams (ACT), and more! Continue to learn about these Parker resources by reading the full Poets & Quants article and checking out our Career Services website!

 

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