International Students

If you are an international student searching for job opportunities outside of your home country, you’ll need more than a solid GPA—you will need to learn to adapt to a different social and work culture and adopt a new search strategy. For success in the United States, you’ll need to demonstrate a variety of strengths to help you stand out from your peers including strong communication skills, cultural adaptation, and work or volunteer experience on or off campus. This page includes tips and suggestions from both recruiters and fellow Kelley students to help you succeed as well as resources commonly used by international students.

Job Search Survival Skills: COVID19 Edition

“It’s not a good time to look for a job.” “Why did COVID happen during my senior year?” “It’s not fair that I have to deal with this.”  These are all things I’ve heard from students during this academic year.  …

By Kori Renn
Kori Renn Director of Career Advising
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How Will a Biden Presidency Affect International Students’ Job Search?

Should we expect normal times moving forward with President Biden? Check out this article, and let’s hope for better days.

Marcelo Barros
Founder, The International Advantage

By Sara Ko-Ada
Sara Ko-Ada Associate Director of Student Services & Career Coach
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So You Say You Have Been Searching?

So you’ve been searching for an internship or full time employment during the pandemic and haven’t been successful yet? That’s ok. I’ve been talking with many students and have found that for many of you, your search efforts have meant …

By Kori Renn
Kori Renn Director of Career Advising
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Career Outcomes

The information below is based on data collected by Undergraduate Career Services for IU-Bloomington Kelley School of Business majors graduating (or expected to graduate) during the academic year specified, in accordance with national standards.  Data for the current academic year should be considered highly preliminary, as we are still in the process of collecting data for this class.  Check back often, as we plan to update this page regularly with the latest results!

  • First Destination
  • Top Employers
  • Starting Salary
  • Employment Locations
  • Top Universities
  • Degree Types
  • Fields of Study

First Destination

Outcomes for new graduates are referred to as "first destination," as this reflects each student's plan (or status) for the months immediately following graduation from the Kelley School of Business in Bloomington.  Additional details collected for those students whose status is "Employed Full Time" or "Continuing Education" help populate the aggregate charts and lists in the remaining selections, below.

Undergraduate Career Services Hours

M 8am - 5pm
T 8am - 5pm
W 8am - 5pm
TH 8am - 5pm
F 8am - 5pm

QUICK QUESTION? Come see us during regular business hours. NEED MORE TIME? Please request an appointment.

Contact & Location

STUDENT: 812-855-2482
EMPLOYER: 812-855-5317

Prebys Career Center, Room 0200
1309 E Tenth Street
Bloomington, IN 47405