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FEB for Business

Faculty of Economics and Business
FEB for BusinessTalent Recruitment

Recruit new Talent

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If you want to make sure that students will get to know you as an interesting employer and if you are looking for motivated talents as potential employees, we can help support your recruitment.


Submit a vacancy (job/internship)

Vacancies, internships, projects, you name it: we can advertise your input individually on our JobBoard and through our jobs and internships newsletter.
Submit your vacancy.


Internships

By hiring an intern you bring in a new perspective on business issues, gain access to the latest knowledge in the field of Economics and Business and, at the same time, find out whether the student fits your company profile. Students at FEB can either do an extra-curricular internship stage or an internship as part of their MSc programme. Eitherway, we help facilitate the internship.
Take a look at the options.


Talent Programme

Benefit from the opportunity to get to know and work together with our most motivated talents. After completing their Master’s thesis, students engage in a six-month project at your organisation. Your organisation specifies and designs the project or assignment. From our side, professional career advisors provide individual coaching to the students.
Download the brochure.



Gain Insights

You are enthusiastic to exchange ideas with the next generation of Economics and Business talents and want to get inspired by the latest insights.

Student Consultancy
A selection of multi-disciplinary students will work as junior consultants on a business case that needs looking into. After ten weeks you receive a tailored advice report.

Business Meets University
Annual event where organisations, mainly SME's and entrepreneurs, can meet professionals and young talents from our faculty. You can engage in workshops on a specific topic, such as Innovation & Transformation (2018), meet other entrepreneurs and spar with student consultanyts about your own business case.

Business Challenge
Imagine an inspiring competition between various selected teams of dedicated 3rd year bachelor’s and master’s students focusing entirely on your specific business issue. While they battle to offer you the best recommendations, you get to know them and their skills.


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