Nov 21, 2022 - 03:02 PM
No post scholarship utilization job guarantee is given by 8B Education Investments!
It is the responsibility of a graduating student (a scholarship beneficiary) to work hard and maintain a good GPA during the period of his studies in the university. Such a student should also ensure that he/she works closely with the university career services department both during the currency of his program and after, in other to ensure that an OPT/CPT/ON-Campus Part-time job (whichever applicable) is gotten. The school usually have a global network of alumni into which every incoming and outgoing students are given the opportunity to become a participant. The essence of this network is to enable students have a free and fair communication and link with themselves. Such alumni association and the networking facilities put in place by the school and many other professional networks (e.g LinkedIn) are all for the purpose of availing the student the required assess to important information and job opportunities. These type of networks are not social networks but a purely professional ones where job opportunities are thrown open for qualified and capable professionals. Students are responsible for a timely job search and should also ensure they get theirs. The f-1 study visa with the post program completion grace period expires, otherwise the student must return to his/her country as a result of failure to get a job. Scholars should take note that 8B only promised to give all available support facilities in form of guidance and counseling, giving of career coaching and making available every networking facility that will enhance job students success in job search. Your success in finding a job will depend on a lot factors among which are: your personal skills, resume, job interview preparation and performance in the job interviews, the type of study program and the competitiveness of the job openings vis-à-vis the level of academic performance of job applicants in the interview. 8B has no documentary or oral statement issued to any scholarship beneficiary or education loan borrower to guarantee post graduation job placement.