Career development

Preparing and orientating oneself on the labour market is very important but might be difficult. Student Career Services organises trainings, events and other services to help students prepare for their future job. Services include (online) CV and LinkedIn support as well as career coaching and career events.

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Career workshops and events for students

Student Career Services regularly organises workshops and Career Events. Every month a Talk & Toast, twice a year a Career Day, and tailor-made career events and workshops

Dates: new workshops an events will be scheduled again in the acaddemic year 2022-2023.

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CV check, career advice and coaching

Do you want to be as prepared as you can be when you start searching for an internship or job? Student Career Services is here to help! We can check your CV, motivation letter and LinkedIn, or provide career advice and career coaching. Click on the link for the possibilities.
You can visit the office at Forum or make an appointment.

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Student Career Services

Student Career Services supports you in your orientation on the labour market. They give advise and provide you with a platform to meet employers and explore your wishes and talents through workshops and career events. They support students and recent graduates.

Office in Forum room 010
Mon-Thu 09.00 - 17.00
Tel: +31 (0)6 109 477 13

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Extra-Curricular Education to Spread Your Wings

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What if life’s challenges beyond your studies might require more than just your expert knowledge? At Studium Generale you broaden and deepen your insights into science, society, yourself.

On Tuesday evenings (unless otherwise indicated) we offer free and open extracurricular education activities in the form of lectures (series), discussions, workshops, cultural events etc. on topics you may never have fathomed or perhaps often wondered about. From Religious Nationalism to Loneliness, Universal Basic Income, Animal Personalities and beyond, Studium Generale continuously provides you with windows into themes beyond your studies.

Join us in the safe and provocative environment where special guests share their insights. Together with students from across the WUR, you partake in activities which are a practice arena for academic reflection.

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