The College of Engineering is one of the most respected engineering schools in the world. Our students are actively engaged in interdisciplinary study with outstanding faculty in biomedical engineering, computer and electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, materials science engineering, systems engineering, photonics, and manufacturing engineering, and systems engineering. In fields as diverse as nanomaterials, photonics, cybersecurity, robotics, and data analytics, we are preparing talented individuals to assume positions of leadership in industry and research.
The Career Development Office can help you find the high-caliber talent you seek through:
- Fall and Spring Career Fairs
- Information sessions, Tech Talks, Employer in Residence
- On-campus interviewing
- Handshake, BU’s online recruiting site where you can post jobs, announce recruiting events, and browse student resumes
- Sponsorship of undergraduate and graduate design projects
- Access to further engagement opportunities as a Corporate Leader
Employers can access these opportunities by contacting us at email@example.com or calling 617-353-5731.
Handshake For Employers
Employers can quickly and easily post jobs, choose to receive online applications directly from the system with current resumes attached, sign up for career fairs, and much more.
- Post job & internship openings
- Post on-campus interview openings
- Manage interview schedules
- Search for qualified job candidates
- Register for career fairs and events
- Request an information session
What Our Employers Say
Accenture puts a lot of weight on employee analytics. We’ve found that BU alumni working at Accenture not only tend to stay with the company, but also are high performers on the job. This makes hiring from BU a great long-term return on investment for Accenture. And we tell our clients about our success with BU grads as well. Ray Han, (CAS’98), Managing Director of Global Oracle Customer Experience Domain at Accenture
BU has been one of GE’s Executive Recruiting Schools for over a decade. We’ve found impressive, talented engineers who have a passion for technology and innovation. Our partnership with BU and the ENG Career Development Office has been a key to our continued success. GE
With nearly 200,000 people in 64 countries, Saint-Gobain establishes strong relationships with universities around the world to meet our needs for creative, passionate people committed to our goal of saving energy and protecting the environment through innovative building materials solutions. In the US, we have chosen Boston University both for the quality of the candidates we recruit and for the positive partnership we have been able to establish. People at Boston University really work with us to meet our needs in a true spirit of collaboration and close partnership. Saint-Gobain