By now you have probably noticed that the old Nestor has been turned into the brand new Student Portal. Of course this also brings with it a few changes for the services you have come to know from NEXT. For instance: the number of tabs in the old Nestor has been brought down to just 3. One of these tabs is the 'Career' tab. Maybe this is already familiar to you: the tab is not entirely new. What is new however are the looks and functionality of this tab!
In short: your gateway to everything related to your future career but also your current study-career. Think of information from your faculty, vacancies for jobs and internships but also career events. All tailored to your faculty. You will find that what is important to you!
The biggest change in the 'Career' tab is the easy access to Career ConNEXT: our database where you can find all of the vacancies and events mentioned earlier. To ease the way towards your future job, all you need to do is activate your account through the 'Career' tab. The login to Career ConNEXT can be found at the left of the screen, just below the information regarding NEXT.
Career ConNEXT is the core business of this tab and will be updated continuously. That means that everytime you come and take a look you will find new vacancies and upcoming events.
Haven't visited the 'Career' tab yet? Go take a look now!
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