Nobel School of Business makes no explicit or implied guarantee of job placement, starting salary, and income expectations for current students or graduates.
The school assists students in their attempts to secure employment from prospective hiring companies in their field of study through career coaching, workshops, or seminars. Services provided include, but are not limited to; resume-writing workshops, interview preparation, and etc. The school also provides various resources for job opportunities, such as career fairs held in local communities and by posting job resources on the Job Boards.
International students desiring employment in the United States must comply with the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) regulations. Students must consult with the Administrator of Student Services about these regulations before applying for any employment. To become eligible for employment, all qualifying international students must apply for Optional Practical Training (OPT). After OPT is obtained, students will be able to legally work for up to twelve (12) months.
Nobel conducts follow-up studies on graduates and employer satisfaction surveys annually. The school maintains a performance fact sheet that includes the placement percentages, salary, and the percentage receiving jobs in the career field for which they were trained.