As graduate recruiters and development teams, we are constantly representing the companies we work for at universities across the region and around the world, recruiting interns and graduates and developing training and on-boarding initiatives to retain our carefully selected graduate talents.

This can leave us with little time to explore market trends, other employers’ best practice, review university success rates or look at return on investment, let alone think about our own career.

This is where the South East Asian Association of Graduate Employers (SEAAGE) can help you.


Founded and based in Singapore, SEAAGE is a not-for-profit organisation led by a panel of graduate employment specialists. We represent both recruiters and those with a role in developing undergraduates, graduates and MBAs.

As an independent organisation run by graduate employers for graduate employers in South East Asia, we encourage information sharing across a broad range of industries.

Most importantly, the success of SEAAGE is reliant on the continued input and feedback from our members to help us better understand their needs and challenges.


Through events, research and information sharing, we aim to give access to insights and resources to help organisations better understand how to recruit and retain “early-in-career” talent both locally and globally.

"It’s a good way to get great insights and sharing from like-minded people who are passionate about nurturing early talents."

– Sharon Lim, Early Talent Lead - SEA, Aus and NZ at GSK


Our mission is to connect organisations and individuals within South East Asia to help support the development and advancement of the graduate employment industry.

  • To provide guidance and impartial advice to members
  • To increase the quality of graduate recruitment talent and processes in the region by encouraging information sharing, best practice, networking and development across industries
  • To allow a forum for universities and service providers to give their feedback on any changes or suggestions to a collective group of employers


As an organisation based on trust, we have a number of policies in place to ensure that both SEAAGE and our members operate professionally and ethically.

  • Decision-making policies – including directorship
  • Membership policies – including payment of subscriptions and accepted behaviour
  • Corporate requirements – including publishing accounts