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Employers

Recruiting?

Employers

Welcome! Thank you for your interest to recruit at HKU.

Reaching undergraduate or postgraduate students for full-time and/or internship positions requires targeted approach favourable for the population. Additionally, it is important for you, the recruiters, to develop an on-going presence on campus that introduces your organization and the career opportunities through different forms of presentation or interaction with students and the targeted groups.

We can recommend and support your recruitment strategy to help you gain visibility on HKU campus and meet your short-term and/or long-term goals in graduate and intern hiring. We provide a range of services for your access to our top quality students and help you recruit the most suitable candidates.

We invite you to contact us and tell us how we can partner with you.

Job Postings

NETjobs

If you have any job opportunities for HKU students or graduates, you are invited to post the openings using our online job board – NETjobs for free.

NETjobs is an exclusive internet job information system for HKU students and alumni ONLY. It advertises vacancies for:
  • Full-time positions
  • Part-time / temporary positions
  • Internships (e.g. winter, summer or other terms)
  • Private tuition positions
Click below to start using NETjobs:


JIJIS

JIJIS is a one-stop online job information system for employers and university students jointly offered by 8 universities in Hong Kong. You can post full-time / part-time / temporary and internship positions to all current year full-time UGC-funded undergraduates and postgraduates, as well as fresh graduates of the academic year.

Click here to start using JIJIS.
Recruitment Events

Recruitment talk can be arranged on school days of the academic year, subject to facilities availability. Booking can be made in July and December for the first and second semester respectively.
Job Fairs

Collaborative Programmes

If you are not recruiting at the moment, you are invited to be our partner in being a guest speaker in our industrial talk or training workshop to share with students your advices on career planning and job hunting.

Employers