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Discover the best employers for you and win fantastic prizes!

28 November 2013

The University Careers Company kindly requests your participation in My Career Map. By participating, you have the opportunity to discover which employers are suited for you and win some awesome prizes while you’re at it.

Click here to participate (English)

Klik hier om deel te nemen (Nederlands)

You will be compensated for your time with 2 free career guides (30 Euro value) and a career profile with feedback to measure your aspirations against others. You also have the opportunity to win a tablet, Beats by Dre headphones, and Amazon vouchers

Your participation helps to increase the visibility and marketability of our University students to employers who recruit on campus and helps employers work on a targeted approach when they recruit on our campus.

The survey takes about 15 minutes to complete and you will always remain anonymous.

Thank you very much for your participation!

Rijksuniversiteit Groningen in cooperation with Universum

Do you have any questions, something to share, or just difficulties with the link? Please send an email to: MyCareerMap@wetfeet.com

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Last modified:06 September 2016 1.33 p.m.

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