Why hire Tippie students?

Year after year, employers return to the Tippie College of Business to find top talent. We attract students from all over the Midwest and the globe, and give them a rigorous business education. But it doesn't end there.

Tippie has a special focus on developing the two competencies employers desire most: communication and problem solving. Problem solving is often hard-coded into our curriculum through experiential learning, internships, and real-world projects.

The University of Iowa is the nation's top public university for writing and communications. The business school has a dedicated communications center, preparing our students to communicate clearly, write persuasively, and convey their ideas effectively.

Post your internship and job openings

Pomerantz Career Center is the university's central hub for posting jobs and internships. Using our online talent platform, Handshake, you can view resumes for undergraduate and master's students, post full-time and internship positions, participate in career fairs, conduct interviews, recruit online, and more. Contact Sherry Rhinehart for more information.

Recruiting undergraduate and master’s students in business fields

If you are primarily interested in hiring business students, get in touch with us. We can coordinate company presentations and structured on-campus interviews, or help you work directly with student organizations in different interest areas.

Internship and full-time hiring opportunities exist across our seven undergraduate majors and three full-time master's programs in accounting, finance, and business analytics.

Undergraduate recruiting

Cindy Meis
Cindy Meis

Director, Tippie Undergraduate Career Services

Graduate recruiting

Amy Bartachek
Amy Bartachek

Managing Director, Graduate Career Services

Hiring PhD students

A growing percentage of PhD graduates are opting for careers in business, government, and startups. Our PhD grads combine raw intelligence with domain expertise and proven resilience.


Hiring international graduate students

Expand your talent acquisition strategy to include non-U.S. nationals, who offer cross-cultural and language competencies in addition to their business skills. Check out the basics of recruiting international graduate students including the benefits of hiring STEM degree holders.