Career Day - Student Information

On Wednesday 19 October, Student Career Services organizes the next Career Day on Wageningen Campus. The aim of WUR Career Day is to provide a platform for students, PhD candidates, recent graduates and employers to meet each other. This event is also an ideal opportunity for you to network, an excellent chance to meet your future employer. Over 50 employers participate and give you the possibility to network and meet and match for the benefit of both.

How to register as a student/alumni

  1. Go into the main event (Orange Registration button below)
  2. Click Register and upload your CV
  3. Click Sign up in this main event programme overview per event/activity you want to join

Please note:

  • Via Sign up you are directed to the event/activity and you can find more information.
  • You don’t have to sign up for the separate events shown in our Career Platform again.
  • For interviews you will get notification from the employer if you will be invited or not.

If you already have an account at our Career Platform you can join directly, otherwise first create an account with your WUR email address.

If you already have an account at our Career Platform you can join directly, otherwise first create an account.

Optimal preparation

The following steps will help you to prepare and to get the most out of your attendance at the Career Day:

Update your CV

Join our events:

  • CV writing training
  • CV/LinkedIn photoshoot
  • CV checks

Prepare your strengths

Join our events:

  • Introduction pitch training
  • Networking training
  • Discover your core qualities workshop
  • Navigating your Career workshop

Get to know employers

Discover the attending organisations:

Next Career Day, 19 October 2022

The registration for the Career Day on 19 October 2022 is not open yet. More information will follow soon. The Career Days are open to all students, PhD candidates and recent graduates. The language spoken during the Career Days is English. However, an organisation might request a certain level of Dutch language skills is necessary.