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THE DAY AFTER GRADUATION

The future is changing. So are careers. Students at Arizona get the job or start the business because this is where you make a difference before you graduate.

Have an idea to solve a common problem?

Or a vision for how things should work? We're all about crafting the opportunities for you to put your talent to the test. These experiences, whether with top research faculty or industry partners, will help shape your ideal career path as you build essential skills for the changing workplace.

That's why more than 2/3 of Arizona alumni say they have their ideal job and employers say they love the talent at Arizona.

 

 

 

When you graduate, you'll have an enticing career path and the experience to make the world a better place because you've already started.

See Who's Hiring UA Grads

92%

of employers say UA graduates have the skills to succeed on the job

— Employer Satisfaction Survey, 2016

 

 

 

89%

of employers say UA graduates exceed their peers

— Employer Satisfaction Survey, 2016

Engineering students

After their experience working in the field, these teachers can help their students make critical connections between what they are learning in school and their future careers.

— Colleen Niccum, Tucson Values Teachers board member, regarding Teachers in Industry

I regularly receive phone calls from NASA, the Air Force, and Honeywell, asking when our next student is graduating.

— Erica Corral, UA Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering

Humanities provided me with a great base of knowledge and skills for excelling in law school and in serving my clients today.

— Maria Phillips, Attorney and Cybersecurity at RSM US LLP in Chicago

The shipping industry is highly competitive and relationship skills are key. A UA degree in humanities provided me with the understanding and skills required to compete in a global business and international markets.

— Brandy Christian, President/CEO, Port of New Orleans

Raytheon … the entire corporation, not just Raytheon Missile Systems … recruits the bulk of its engineers from the University of Arizona.

— John Patterson, Director of Public and Community Relations, Raytheon Missile Systems

UA graphic designers have a strong knowledge of theory and think beyond the expectations of the project, whereas candidates from other schools seem to be very by-the-book.

— Veronique James, owner, the James Agency, Scottsdale, and UA College of Fine Arts alumna, '03

[UA graduates are] far more ahead of the curve than the average graduate.

— Dave Musselmann, Paramount Financial Services, '94

The University of Arizona produces high caliber students compared to all colleges where we recruit.

— Stacey Kretzmann, Recruiter, Enterprise Holdings