The job market is fiercer than ever now and you need to bring your A-game to the job-hunting ground. Being a student of Management and Science University (MSU) is a plus for you because the University is well-known in industry, but adding more employable skills to your portfolio will up the plus factor. Start right, right now! 

MSU graduates at MSU graduation ceremony

Volunteer

Volunteering is an easy way to boost your resume. You get involved with a lot of people, across a lot of organizations such as humanitarian, conservation and animal welfare. It’s a great way to acquire new skills that show commitment, passion and perseverance, that you need later in working life.

This is an easy one for MSUrians because volunteerism is a culture at MSU, with lots of local and international programmes throughout the year! Besides increasing your empathy and leadership, they add sparkle to your résumé.


MSU IMS Bangalore campus students, on a volunteer
mission to help the less fortunate locals

Be entrepreneurial

Did you know that employers like a display of entrepreneurial spirit? It shows you are agile. For its set of skills crucial to the working environment, entrepreneurship is highly supported at MSU.  

The Jumpstart Programme at MSU was initiated to help budding MSU entrepreneurs or MSUpreneurs start and sustain their businesses. With RM5mil revolving seed funds, MSU’s Leadership and Entrepreneurship Advancement Institute (LEAD) guides the new MSUpreneurs into building their businesses.

The launching of Jumpstart program, assisting MSUpreneurs to a brighter future


Get active in clubs and associations

University is the time for you to sharpen your soft skills, so expose yourself to every single thing that can help you later in job hunting. Joining clubs and associations will give you the opportunity to cultivate teamwork, passion, people skills, leadership skills, and initiative. Plus, you get to have fun outside of class with your buddies!

MSU has 47 clubs and associations – academic clubs, culture clubs, sports clubs, recreational and welfare organizations, martial arts, clubs and uniform body – for you to choose from!

Chinese New Year celebration organized by MSU Chinese Cultural Society

Travel widely

International experience is a big seller to your future employers. By travelling far, you open yourself to wider perspectives in life. You learn about other cultures, gain personal growth, and become more independent. If you have international work experience or travel a lot, you top your employer’s list of potential hires.

MSU is all about giving the best to our students so in order to encourage MSUrians to be globally engaged, MSU started the Global Mobility Programme (GMP), Global Leadership Programme (GLP), and Global Internship Programme (GIP). Head down to our Students and Career Development department for more info!

Read about Mohammad Faridz Haikal, our Bachelor in Law and Commerce student who went on the GMP and transformed his life!

MSUrians at MSU IMS Bangalore campus, travelling while studying


Join competitions

Competitions are great opportunities for you to test your knowledge and build your network around people. It is a huge advantage if you win, but if you don’t, you still get a new experience and probably polish up your communication skills, so in a way, you still win! 

Most importantly, you will present a strong résumé to your future employers and show them that you are up for any challenge


Tan Sri President with MSU contingent for SUKIPT 2018

Boosting your employability needs working at it. Start in university and work your way towards graduation. You will not regret it when you find yourself in the 98.6% employed within six months of graduation! 



The job market is fiercer than ever now and you need to bring your A-game to the job-hunting ground. Being a student of Management and Science University (MSU) is a plus for you because the University is well-known in industry, but adding more employable skills to your portfolio will up the plus factor. Start right, right now! 

MSU graduates at MSU graduation ceremony

Volunteer

Volunteering is an easy way to boost your resume. You get involved with a lot of people, across a lot of organizations such as humanitarian, conservation and animal welfare. It’s a great way to acquire new skills that show commitment, passion and perseverance, that you need later in working life.

This is an easy one for MSUrians because volunteerism is a culture at MSU, with lots of local and international programmes throughout the year! Besides increasing your empathy and leadership, they add sparkle to your résumé.


MSU IMS Bangalore campus students, on a volunteer
mission to help the less fortunate locals

Be entrepreneurial

Did you know that employers like a display of entrepreneurial spirit? It shows you are agile. For its set of skills crucial to the working environment, entrepreneurship is highly supported at MSU.  

The Jumpstart Programme at MSU was initiated to help budding MSU entrepreneurs or MSUpreneurs start and sustain their businesses. With RM5mil revolving seed funds, MSU’s Leadership and Entrepreneurship Advancement Institute (LEAD) guides the new MSUpreneurs into building their businesses.

The launching of Jumpstart program, assisting MSUpreneurs to a brighter future


Get active in clubs and associations

University is the time for you to sharpen your soft skills, so expose yourself to every single thing that can help you later in job hunting. Joining clubs and associations will give you the opportunity to cultivate teamwork, passion, people skills, leadership skills, and initiative. Plus, you get to have fun outside of class with your buddies!

MSU has 47 clubs and associations – academic clubs, culture clubs, sports clubs, recreational and welfare organizations, martial arts, clubs and uniform body – for you to choose from!

Chinese New Year celebration organized by MSU Chinese Cultural Society

Travel widely

International experience is a big seller to your future employers. By travelling far, you open yourself to wider perspectives in life. You learn about other cultures, gain personal growth, and become more independent. If you have international work experience or travel a lot, you top your employer’s list of potential hires.

MSU is all about giving the best to our students so in order to encourage MSUrians to be globally engaged, MSU started the Global Mobility Programme (GMP), Global Leadership Programme (GLP), and Global Internship Programme (GIP). Head down to our Students and Career Development department for more info!

Read about Mohammad Faridz Haikal, our Bachelor in Law and Commerce student who went on the GMP and transformed his life!

MSUrians at MSU IMS Bangalore campus, travelling while studying


Join competitions

Competitions are great opportunities for you to test your knowledge and build your network around people. It is a huge advantage if you win, but if you don’t, you still get a new experience and probably polish up your communication skills, so in a way, you still win! 

Most importantly, you will present a strong résumé to your future employers and show them that you are up for any challenge


Tan Sri President with MSU contingent for SUKIPT 2018

Boosting your employability needs working at it. Start in university and work your way towards graduation. You will not regret it when you find yourself in the 98.6% employed within six months of graduation!