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Career Guidance and Academic Advising

Identify Your Interests

Take the Strong Interest Inventory (SII)

The SII is one of the world’s most widely used career planning tools. It helps current students, fresh graduates, and alumni to make career-related choices such as choosing the right major and exploring potential careers by identifying their interest in a broad range of occupations, work activities, leisure activities, and school subjects. 

Contact the Career Development Services on your campus to book an appointment and take the assessment.

Career Tips from the Experts 

Career in Consultancy 

What you can do to prepare for a career in consultancy, courtesy of National Manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Michael Abi Semaan (BA ’11):

Career in Retail

Looking to start a retail business? Check out what Brands For Less Group CEO Toufic Kreidieh (BS ’93) describes as keys to success:

Career in Translation

Where can future translators work?

Translation graduates can work in house with national and international companies, sworn translators, language service providers, publishing houses, local and international NGOs and academic institutions, among many more. They can also open and manage their own translation company.

As freelance translators, the market is diverse. Freelancers can work either for senior translators, translation houses, or companies that might require outsourcing the translation of their documents. When a project is too demanding, freelancers can also be project managers and delegate the work to other translators and ensure the completion of the work.

Despite the economic crisis, translators are in great demand since there is no shortage of material needing translation.

What posts can translation graduates apply for?

Translators can choose to work as senior translators, reviewers, editors, proofreaders, copywriters, language instructors, terminologists, researchers, and/or interpreters. They can also work as content creators in Arabic and English.

Read more about careers in translation.