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Re: Corporate Strategy - Majors and Industry Roles/Job Titles [#permalink]
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You are most welcome. I certainly understand and agree this type of thing is hard to find. The good news is once you are at a school, there are a lot of internal resources, professional clubs and career services offices that can help you!

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Hi bb10,

There aren’t too many rotational/ leadership type recruiters at B-schools and recruitment in such programs is typically in small numbers. (You should look at employment data from schools. However, not all reports will provide employer-level granularity.) And if you further niche it for a particular industry, it’ll be even less. BP offers one. GE offers, but I don’t think they offer for energy sector. Because they aren’t abundant, you may not find much information about functions/ designations. Super-niching may not be a good strategy, unless you've some solid path to it. Second, niche fields - unlike consulting, financial services etc. - may have issues on work-authorization front for international applicants.
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Thanks Anil.

Man, this sucks. Wish there was more information on career options post MBA for applicants - outside the obious tech, IB and consulting fields.
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Hi bb10,

Tech, consulting, and financial services are major recruiters, and sponsoring international students is common for them. It's not that other industries don't sponsor. You just need to be sure where there aren't large numbers. As a rule of thumb, large organizations are more open to sponsoring.
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