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Career Coaching

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​Ready to embark on a new career? An NBS career coach can offer an insightful assessment of professional goals and aspirations to help jobseekers achieve clarity about the trajectory of their long-term career.

Based on their experience in the consulting, general management and finance industries, NBS career coaches can provide practical advice, tools and resources to help recent graduates and alumni define career goals, devise actionable plans, employ effective job search strategies and prepare resumes.

All NBS Alumni are eligible for two complimentary one-on-one career coaching sessions. Based on professional profiles, the NBS Alumni Affairs Office will carefully match alumni with a suitable career coach. Sessions can be conducted in person, over the phone or via Skype.

  • Accessible for alumni based in Singapore and overseas
  • 2 complimentary sessions of one-on-one career coaching for all NBS Alumni
  • Flexible mode of consulting (face-to-face, phone, Skype, etc.)

Coaching Areas

Our career coaches are here to help you deepen understanding on the following essential areas to take your career to the next level:

  • Self assessment and career vision
  • Resume and cover letter preparation
  • Development of job search strategies
  • Other career-related topics

The Process in a Nutshell

    Apply for career coaching service via email.
    A professional career coach will be assigned to you. NBS Alumni Affairs Office will connect you and your coach via email.
    Arrange a date, time and mode of communication for your coaching session.
    At the end of the 2 sessions, complete a feedback form.

Request for Career Coaching

Please send an email request to​ with the following information:​

  • Full Name
  • Programme and Graduation Year
  • Current Organisation and Designation
  • Email and Mobile Number
  • LinkedIn Profile
  • Short self-introduction and/or Resume
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