Internships & Jobs
Finding an internship or job can feel like a job itself. Figuring out what you would like as a job is an important part of the process. It requires to learn about yourself, explore your options in the world of work and to talk to people and acquire information about your labour market.
Doing an internship
Doing an internship or work placement during your studies can help you sharpen your focus regarding your career. Read more about doing an internship and get started on finding one.
Finding a job after your studies
Are you looking into jobs for after your studies? There are several ways to approach your job search, but there is one that stands out in it's effectiveness: networking. Talking to people about their work will give you great insights into the job market, your possibilities and your interests.
There are 3 areas you can zoom into, to shape your future:
- learning about myself: reflect on your interests, qualities, values, ambition, motivations, skills and your personality
- explore my options: find out what alumni do, inquire information on organisations in your field, talk to professionals
- application skills: write your cv and cover letter, practice your interview skills, present yourself
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