► TTA talent Award for the 10 most talented economics and business students at FEB
At the Careers Week, a considerable number of students from the FEB took the TTA test, which allows students to compare themselves with global top talents from MIT, Harvard, Oxford and other top universities via online testing. The 10 most talented high potentials were selected and celebrated at the TTA Talent Award ceremony, by FEB vice dean prof.dr. Janka Stoker. One FEB talent, Wouter Hendriks, even ranked in the top 20% of the Global Talent Pool.
The FEB Careers Week and the TTA Talent Award gave economics and business students the possibility to prepare for their future careers and the opportunity to know themselves better.
The top 10 FEB talents: -Annelies Oldejans -Leonara de Raad -Nikita Bos-Marianne Brackel -Ragnar Jongen -Henriette Hoving -Philine den Bak -Celine Göbel -Monique Bakker -Wouter Hendriks
One talent was ranked in the top 20% of the Global Talent Pool: Wouter Hendriks. Geertje Dam, Owner and New Business Director at TTA World gave the top 10 students insights into their unique profiles.
TTA World Talent Pool
The TTA World Talent Pool allows students to be ranked based on their entire profile, from The Big Five Personality test to the University they attend and other criteria. The profile rankings are dynamic, being updated on a daily basis. The FEB students who won a Talent Award were compared with more than 7,000 Global Talents from over 500 universities and 130 nationalities.
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