Your career starts during your studies. You may well wish to follow an academic career, which means that achieving high marks has top priority for you. Or you may want to gain as much work experience as possible, and you are still busy discovering what kind of work you want to do. Perhaps you chose the right degree programme on day one, but perhaps you did not. Everything you do during your years at university - whether it is your choice of degree programme or your extra-curricular activities - will have an influence on your future career.
Career Services cooperates with various other parties to help you get the most out of your studies, including the Student Service Centre (SSC). The SSC can help you with questions about how to study effectively and studying with a functional impairment, but they also provide workshops. The SSC can provide personal and confidential advice for your specific situation. Would you like to find out more about the SSC? Click here !Are you looking for other information relating to your study career? Do you want to find out if you have chosen the right degree programme? Or are you looking for information about the Student Academy? Click here !
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