International Study Center

Career Development and Employability

An Elite Network

Baylor prepares you for excellence in your professional career. Starting with the International Year for undergraduate students or the Master's International Year for graduate students, you’ll plan for your future with our structured employment service, CareerAhead, and continue throughout the rest of your studies.

When you graduate from Baylor, you’ll become part of the university’s elite global network which will take you far in your chosen field.

Explore the Career Support Available

Your Personal Career Plan

Our CareerAhead service gives you a structured approach to plan for the future. You’ll create a personalized employment plan with your teachers that will help you explore your options and gain the skills and experience you need. You'll also develop your resume so that you are ready to start applying for internships and jobs.

Core Employability Skills

We help you to develop core career skills such as planning, leadership, organization and communication. This lays the foundation for becoming a highly employable graduate by building your competence, capabilities and confidence.

Office of Student Employment

Baylor University is committed to giving students real-world experience before they graduate. The Office of Student Employment works with students to find campus jobs, community work and placements to help develop transferable skills for the workplace.

Learn skills that will help you throughout your career.

Tutu, a Baylor student

“I think I’ve changed a lot since coming to Baylor. I am more confident in who I am as a person, and that’s just from being with a lot of really good people, and also knowing about different cultures.”

Tutu from Nigeria
Major: International Studies

Famous Alumni

Jennifer Elrod Judge, United States Court of Appeals, States Court of Appeals, 5th Circuit
Anh “Joseph” Cao First Vietnamese American elected to Congress
Jess Cagle Editor of People Magazine
Jerry Clements Named one of the “50 Most Influential Women in Law” in America by the National Law Journal
Michael Brandt Co-author of the movies Wanted, 3:10 to Yuma and 2 Fast, 2 Furious

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