What makes Microsoft a great place for marketers? We have amazing products used by billions of people. We have an incredible diversity of businesses.

From incumbent brands to challenger brands, and from established markets to emerging markets, we have some of the strongest consumer and enterprise products and services in the world. With an unparalleled depth and breadth of career opportunity and the ability to make a worldwide impact, you can design a career path that is hard to match anywhere.


Typical roles within the Marketing stream are:


  • Product Marketing Manager,
  • Audience Marketing Manager,
  • Channel/Partner Marketing Manager and
  • Marketing Communication Manager




  • A Master’s degree in marketing, communications or another business relater field
  • Pursuing or within one year of graduation from a full time Bachelor or Master’s program
  • Fluency in both local language and English
  • Inspired by the continually evolving craft of marketing.
  • Thrives and delivers results in a fast-paced, sometimes ambiguous environment.
  • Ability to manage complex projects with multiple stakeholders.
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills


Come well-rested

You’ll typically meet for up to an hour each with three to six people during the interviews, and it’s important to be alert and mentally prepared.

Do you offer relocation assistance?

The best advice is to apply for jobs as you normally would. If a recruiter contacts you about a job, let the recruiter know about your relocation requirements. If that particular position does not have an international relocation budget available, the recruiter may also be able to assist you in finding similar jobs that do.

Does Microsoft do background checks?

Yes, we perform background checks on all new hires before their start date. A typical background check will verify employment and education and include a criminal record check. For certain positions, we may also perform a credit check.


Ask questions

Thoughtful questions demonstrate your level of understanding, your interest, and your passions, so don’t hold back.

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