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Imagine the impact you can make. Join Microsoft today and help us shape the business of tomorrow!
 
The Microsoft Academy for College Hires (MACH) program is a customized learning experience designed for our newest university hires in various job families including Corporate and Sales, Customer Facing Technology and Tech Sales. This 18-24 month program complements your role by ensuring that you receive professional development to enable you to start strong, accelerate your impact, build your network and drive a long-term career at Microsoft. In addition to being on the job and contributing to our business priorities, you’ll learn how to communicate effectively to a wide variety of audiences, build a solid understanding of our business strategy and leverage a global network of peers and colleagues.
 
<Eligiblity- MBA>
• Pursuing or within six months of graduation from full-time or part-time graduate studies.
• Have no more than 7 years full time work experience prior to attaining their full time study graduate degree.
• Fluent in both Korean and English language.
 
<Eligiblity- Masters (Non-MBA)>
• Pursuing or within 1 year of graduation from full-time or part-time graduate studies.
• Have no more than 2 years full time work experience prior to attaining their full time study graduate degree.
• Fluent in both Korean and English language.
 
We’d like to invite you to Microsoft’s Campus event at your university where you’ll learn more about the Microsoft story, our culture, graduate program, meet some graduates currently working in Microsoft. You’ll also find out how you might be able apply your skills in the future, and what it would take to get your foot in the door of this dynamic industry!
 
Details
Date: Friday, 29th September 2017
Time: 16:00-17:30
Venue: Hyundai Motor Hall Room #301
 
Please register for the session here by 27th September 2017.
Link -  https://aka.ms/microsoftcampusvisit

 
We look forward to seeing you!
 
Regards,
Microsoft APAC University Recruitment Team
W: aka.ms/apacunicareers
E: uni-apac@microsoft.com
 
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