Career Development

Student Human Resources Development Team

The Student Human Resources Development Team offers specific guidance to students in career management and career paths to help them utilize their majors and aptitudes and provide support in job skill development and any other preparations for careers.

Roadmap for Undergraduate Students

Roadmap for Undergraduate Students
Freshman (1st year) Sophomore (2nd year) Junior (3rd year) Senior (4th year)

Career exploration and plans for university life

  • Self-analysis and self-understanding
  • Understanding of interests and aptitudes
  • Career portfolio draw up

Careersetting and self-improvement

  • Research in businesses, companies and employ-ment information
  • Understanding of desired career path
  • Goal setting and execution of career plans(Contests, Exhibitions, Volunteer work, Certificates)

lmprovement of competitiveness in the job markets

  • Analysis on companies and job fields
  • Field or job setting and preparations for job applications
  • Career and experience build up

Improvement in skills for job search and employment

  • Preparations for actual job and employment opportunities
  • Stage-by-stage plans for recruitment processes (Job application, Personality and Aptitude tests, lnterviews)

Student Human Resources Development Team Programs

  • Job and career counseling

  • Regular courses for job and career search

  • Programs for various paths to the society

  • Field education (Domestic/Overseas)

  • Support for students to find ways into public posts

  • University employment center


Job and Career Counseling

  • Career guidance: offers career plans and advice for interests, future experiences and goals based on students’ aptitudes and experiences
  • Job counseling: offers counseling to students about suitable career paths and fields related to individual student’s major and various on- and off-campus activities
  • Career management: offers career management services to graduated students who wish to follow their major or to change their career path

Regular courses for job and career search

  • Career exploration and career development (1st and 2nd year students)
  • Core strategies for employment (3rd and 4th year students)
  • Career development program for female students

Programs for various paths to society

  • Job search groups, interview skill development job camps, job search academy, major enterprise aptitude tests, job fairs, job and employment seminars, on-campus recruitment, recruitment fairs, recommended hiring, mock interviews, public enterprise mock aptitude testing services

Career Zone / Job Cafe

  • Function: a career and employment services space to provide career counseling, recruitment and employment information to SKKU students
  • Location : Humanities and Social Sciences Campus - 33102, 1F Business School Bldg. (02-760-1088)
    Natural Sciences Campus - 1F, Student union Bldg. (031-290-5044)
  • Office hours : Monday ~ Friday 10:00~17:00 (counseling sessions can be scheduled by reservations)
  • Use : Visit the center or receive counseling by phone/e-mail
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