Career Center

The Career & Placement Office welcomes students who wish to explore future professions and find employment based on their needs and the available opportunities in the job market. Additionally, the office provides resources and networking to link employers with LAU students and graduates.

Individual appointments are available to students and alumni to discuss career planning and majors, job hunting, interviewing issues, internship information, resume writing.

Drop-In Office Hours:
Weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Summer hours: 7:30 am to 2:30 pm.
ELRC 6105K, Byblos Campus.
Phone Number: 09-547262 Ext: 2534

Find Jobs and Internships

LAU has an international career portal for all its students and alumni, where you can view and apply to available vacancies. You need to log in using your LAU credentials.

Log In

If you have any trouble accessing the portal, please email an LAU career advisor. If you don’t have your username and password, please contact the IT helpdesk.

Résumé Assistance

Your résumé is a very important document that you’ll need when applying to internships and full-time jobs. It is important to understand that there are no “perfect” résumés, but there are effective and ineffective résumés. We provide advice and resources to make your résumé and cover letter as effective as possible.

Here are some résumé examples and tips on how to write an effective résumé. Other examples: CV1 / CV2.

If you need additional help, bring your résumé for reviewing!

Interview Preparation

Tips for Acing an Interview: You’ve landed an interview for a job or an internship. Now it is the time to be prepared!

Exploring Engineering Majors

What can you do with an engineering degree? This presentation has the answers.

What to Expect from an Internship

Finding the right internship takes time, planning and patience. Get the most out of your internship by following these tips. For more help, check out this presentation.

Make the Most of Your Time at LAU

Employers want to know that you have skills that go beyond your academic performance. Don’t limit your learning to the classroom! When you begin your studies at university you are developing the kind of skills that are so attractive to potential employers: Communication skills, team work, organizational abilities, planning and meeting deadlines, etc.

Internship Data Information

The summer internship program provides you with an opportunity to get hands-on experience in your field of study and earn credits towards your degree. Check out the Engineering internship guidelines to learn more about the internship guidelines for your required course.

Summer Internship Data 2021  

Engineering major Number of students in internship
Civil 79
Computer 52
Electrical 16
Industrial 46
Mechanical 74
Mechatronics 15
Petroleum 12