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You're invited to Careers Week!

05 september 2017
Careers Week 2017

In a few weeks FEB´s annual Careers Week will take place! The event that focusses on your future and will help you build the confidence you need to enter the economics and business job market.

During your study you already make some steps in your personal and professional development. But you might want to take some new steps, like engaging in activities, getting to know the job market and developing your skills. The Careers Week 2-4 October will support you in finding out what you want and what possibilities there are.

What to expect?

  • 52 workshops to improve your skills
  • meeting over 30 organisations and recruiters
  • getting to know FEB's careers services  
  • support to build a strong CV and LinkedIn profile
  • tips & tricks for job interviews

You can pick the workshops you like best, to fully customize your own personal schedule. Registration opens Tuesday 12 September 08.00AM!

We look forward to seeing you there!

Partners Careers Week 2017
Partners Careers Week 2017
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