Duisenberg Building, University of Groningen
Research has proven: life contact with students works! The ‘EyE’ Careers Week (‘Empower your Employability’) is the perfect place to meet talented and interested economics and business students of the University of Groningen. The 4,500 Bachelor and 1,500 Master students at our Faculty are able to fully join the careers week because no collegeswill be held during this careers event.
Showcase your expertise and meet our best and brightest students by offering a workshop in self-assessment, soft skills or employability. In addition, use the opportunity to present yourself at our fair on 24 and 26 September.
A week of activities for our students on three themes (24-26 Sept.) culminating in the EBF student conference (27-28 Sept.) As a corporate partner, you are invited to join Day 1 and/or 3.
Day 2: Find your Future (25 Sept)
This will be an internal event, organized by our FEB degree programmes and alumni.
Day 3: Present your Potential (26 Sept)
Active labor-market preparation: how can students enhance their ‘employability’?
Participation is free of charge , because we want you to focus on students’ career choices or active preparation for the labor market. This way our students may develop additional skills required for a bright professional future. Meanwhile, the workshops are the perfect opportunity for you to get in touch with talent in an accessible atmosphere. So, broaden your scope and join EyE!
Elise Kamphuis, Career Office Faculty of Economics and Business
Nettelbosje 2, Groningen.
E: email@example.com ,
T: +31 (0)50 3637182
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