When you recruit at the Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. School of Business, you'll hire innovative problem-solvers with grit.
Our students are resilient analytical thinkers prepared to thrive in diverse business environments. They are taught critical-thinking skills and to use data in their decision making.
The Daniels School emphasizes more than numbers and stats. We encourage creativity and innovative thinking, and our curriculum always has a focus on real world applications.
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Students who participate in our academic case competitions come to you having paired learned business concepts and real-world solutions. The competitions are high-pressure situations held outside the classroom. Students join forces to solve a case and present their recommendation to a panel of judges or company sponsors, employing communication, teamwork, problem solving and professionalism.
Students who participate in The Data Mine will join your organization understanding how to synthesize data and use it to its full potential. They have learned to define business problems using data science tools.
92% of our undergraduate students have at least one internship prior to graduation. Many students have more than one. Internships with companies large and small give our students added industry knowledge they can bring to your organization.
The Daniels School has students from 60+ countries across the globe. Our diverse student body means our students are ready to work in today's global business world. Our students also study abroad in our 100+ approved programs all over the world, giving them even more cultural intelligence and knowledge.
The Daniels School has longstanding relationships with companies who benefit from partnering with us in hiring top talent. We partner with the companies below to develop and enhance their recruitment strategies as their needs and industry trends evolve.
Purdue’s global network of more than 600,000 alumni means that when you hire a Boilermaker, that employee comes with a support system that doesn’t quit. Purdue graduates have lifelong learning opportunities and training available to them, as well as mentors to lean on.
Hire a business school graduate, and that employee will be a powerful recruiter at career fairs on Purdue’s campus. They will “speak the language.”