IBM works with colleges and universities to offer high potential students valuable opportunities to gain real-world career experience. Whether you're an undergraduate or post-graduate, we'll help you turn your years of study into tangible achievements through a vast array of global career opportunities and development programs.
Why do people turn to IBM? Companies, institutions and individuals trying to imagine what the world might be are looking for a unique capacity to conceptualize opportunities, to analyze developments, and to tackle and overcome grand challenges. IBM's defining value over the years has not been our assets, our size or our offerings. It has been the way we think. Learn more.
Degrees, Majors, and skills sought by IBM and how they align with our business
At IBM, you will have the opportunity to work for the world while achieving your career goals — everything from accountants to zSeries specialists. Learn more.
The employees of IBM represent a talented and diverse work force. Achieving the full potential of this diversity is a business priority that is fundamental to our competitive success. Learn more.
How does IBM's university recruiting process work? How do students apply?
In addition to our Careers Web site, IBM recruits at top programs throughout the US. We are usually on campus in the Fall and Spring, and students can find us at career fairs and info sessions, leading classroom discussions and participating in student organization events. Learn more.
Careers in consulting
IBM Global Business Services (GBS) is actually the world's largest business consultancy with operations in 160 countries across 17 industries. Although you will work as a GBS consultant, you will be an IBMer. That kind of brand equity makes a statement, and opens doors — giving you a platform to make a real impact. Learn more.
Intern and Co-op opportunities
A student employment assignment at IBM gives you real-world experience that will help you gain a competitive edge when you enter the work force upon graduation. All intern and co-op assignments are paid experiences and come in technical or non-technical focuses related to your major and career interests. Learn more.
Did you miss us while we were on your campus during the semester? Our Virtual Recruitment center provides additional ways for you to get connected with IBM from online information sessions to live virtual career fairs to get you connected with current hiring managers and opportunities. Learn more(hyper linked). Learn more.
International Students and Graduates
Your studies abroad have already primed you for a job with a global company, but how can you find out if there is a global opportunity for you at IBM? IBM has developed an International Student Hiring Program designed to help you find your global fit.
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