• Schedule an appointment at the Career Development Centre to map out your career development plan (career options vs. graduate study interest).
  • Attend Career Interest Assessment Workshops to identify your personality traits, interests and values by using assessment tools such as MBTI and CII-S.
  • Participate in the Corporate Experience Scheme to get the opportunity to talk with industry professionals and learn from their sharing.
  • Apply for Internship Programmes to obtain practical work experience and establish network with employers – they may recruit you after graduation.
  • Apply for Exchange Programmes to gain cross-cultural exposure.
  • Get involved in UM campus activities and join student organisations (e.g. university teams, UM Students' Union and its sub-clubs) to discover your strengths and weaknesses, develop teamwork, interpersonal and leadership skills, as well as to start building your resume.
  • Attend Career Training Workshops to learn and fine-tune your career development skills.
  • Read the Career Guidance Handbook and Job Hunter Guide, which guide you through the career preparation process.
  • Prepare your cover letter and resume, and collate your portfolio of relevant certificates and work reference letters.
  • Schedule an appointment at cdc to review your resume and carry out Mock Interview.
  • Look for job opportunities via UM Job-hunting Platform: Career and Internship Fair, Recruitment Talks and Job Vacancy E-system, or visit company recruitment websites.
  • Form the lifelong learning habit to keep improving your competitiveness.
  • Review your career plan regularly.