Career Services serve students at the School of Economics and Management who are interested in learning about working life, discussing career choices, finding interesting jobs or starting their own companies. As students enter working life, we help and support them in building functioning networks, developing their resume and finding and getting a job.
Career Services wants to make students aware of labour market conditions by providing tips and advice on how they can adapt their training and how to build networks to future jobs. We guide and encourage students to try their ideas and knowledge in enterprising companies or organisations, leaving them with useful experience and valuable contacts. In addition, we have access to job listings where students can find information about available positions.
Finding and getting a job
Students can book an appointment with us for career guidance, receive interview training or simply talk about working life. We also help students with feedback on the design and content of their employment applications, as well as their LinkedIn profiles. In addition, we hold seminars on career-related topics and assist students in networking with our alumni.
Career Services serve companies and organisations that are seeking employees by offering a flexible way to get in touch with our students. Employers can list open jobs, arrange custom-made recruiting solutions and participate in seminars and guest lectures. Our door is open for companies to utilize our services and meet tomorrow through today's students.