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Career Development and Leadership Center

In January of 2008, NES established the Career Development and Leadership Center to promote the further employment and career and professional development of students and graduates.

During the school year, NES holds regular presentations, seminars, and consultations on career planning, and compile a personal portfolio of candidates. NES is actively cooperating with Russian and foreign companies and employers to achieve the effective employment and professional realization of graduates. Examples of past events at NES are presentations by companies such as JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch, McKinsey, VTB Capital, Bain & Company, BCG, and Troika Dialog. Some of these meetings took the form of practical exercises, training, and seminars. NES students have participated in a business case study championship sponsored by A.T. Kearney, and have also attended a training session for effective communication, hosted by KPMG, and a seminar on analysis of the job market by Ward Howell. American Appraisal delivered a master class on the appraisal business. Career development events, such as interactive seminars with HR specialists from major companies on resume writing and interviewing, master classes on career planning with Ekaterina Shubert (Future Today), and interactive sessions on career development with Ekaterina Rudelson (Egon Zehnder), were a great success.

NES also offers an Alumni Professional Development Clun, that allows alumni working in consulting, banking, real sector, government, and academia to network, socialize, and share their professional and life experiences.

While the job market may be difficult to navigate, NES students and graduates receive the latest information, tips, and strategies for employment. Regular electronic announcements are distributed within the School with recruitment news, strategies, and interesting job opportunities. These are also available in the NES website’s Careers section in Russian.

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