The single defining element that elevates the Robins School of Business is our 360° approach to preparing students to meet the real challenges of world business. Our curriculum is built on a distinctive combination of business fundamentals that integrates innovation, globalization and technology within a broader liberal arts environment. The result is a remarkably talented asset. This environment produces adaptable students who possess strong ethics combined with effective communication and problem solving skills.
"Goldman Sachs has successfully recruited at the University of Richmond for several years. As a global financial services firm, we emphasize intellect, integrity and a strong work ethic in our undergraduate recruiting process. Richmond graduates have consistently performed very well as part of our organization."
--Chris McFadden, R'90, Managing Director
Robins School students are shaped by technology, today's most pervasive business driver. Future business leaders must have a thorough understanding of how technological capabilities integrate and optimize business goals and outcomes. Thanks to cutting-edge technology, we can focus on helping students develop core skills, making them ready from day one to help the companies and firms they join.
Altria (formerly PhilipMorrisUSA)
"University of Richmond students have the academic background to hit the ground running when they start their careers at PhilipMorrisUSA. In addition, they possess the leadership qualities and strong communications skills we look for in future employees."
--Francisca Rahardja, Recruiter
International internships, work experiences and study are an integral component to an international business program. In fact, the University of Richmond was named the "hottest" school in the nation for international studies by Newsweek in 2007, and over 50% of Robins School undergraduate students study abroad. By combining a study abroad program, international business experience and required coursework, we provide a cross-cultural approach to a business degree.
"Our business is becoming increasingly international, so it is crucial that we recruit people who are not just smart business men and women, but who are also curious about different cultures, languages and economies. In short, we want people with a broad view of the world, which we see in Robins School students"
--Jack Reagan, B'89, Partner in Charge, MidAtlantic Campus Recruiting
Recruiters & Employers
As a top business school, the Robins School's graduates are highly qualified and sought after by business school recruiters. Our students graduate with a strong academic knowledge from a rigorous curriculum and hands-on experience from experiential learning and internships.
The Robins School and the University Career Development Center (CDC) offer an array of services to employers and business school recruiters seeking to recruit our undergraduates for internships, externships, and full-time employment opportunities. The CDC offers a variety of ways for employers to connect with students from one of the top business schools. These include on-campus interviews, free job postings, career fairs and employer information sessions.
Please visit the CDC for more information on how to engage with our students.
1 Gateway Road
University of Richmond, VA 23173
For internships and job opportunities, employers are encouraged to contact:
Director of Business Development
Office of Alumni and Career Services email@example.com HireSpiders website