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Last chance: Would you like to get the chance to win € 1,000 or to do an internship in New York, Shanghai or Stockholm? Already 500 FEB students participated

22 February 2012

Would you like to get the chance to win € 1,000 or to do an internship in New York, Shanghai or Stockholm? Then participate now in My Future Career 2012

Dear student,

Participate now in our Career Research: My Future Career 2012 and you get the chance to win € .1000 and one of the seven internships in New York, Shanghai or Stockholm. Already 500 FEB students participated.

After participation you will also receive the WetFeet Career Guide, Brand Thyself in PDF worth € 15 and you immediately find out what career type you are and what companies match you.  

Participation takes 12 minutes. The survey is completely independent and you remain anonymous.

Thank you and good luck with your future career.

With the kindest regards from Stockholm,

Michiel Pool

Please send an e-mail to if you have questions or if you have problems with the link

Last modified:06 September 2016 1.33 p.m.

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