Job seeking support at SEA EU universities

 

Assistance in career development provided to students and graduates.

 

Career Office, University of Gdańsk

The main mission of Career Office at the University of Gdańsk is to assist students and graduates on their individual paths from the world of academia to the world of labour market. The main objective of its activities is to equip students with suitable information, knowledge and consultancy, so that students and graduates can be better prepared for a process of choosing career direction and a course of seeking professional role. Cooperating with employers and organisations Career Office builds and develops links to job market, hoping to bring students some new opportunities and positively impact their future career.

Career Centre, Kiel University
Career Centre, Kiel University

The centre offers job seeking support to students and graduates up to maximum of two years after graduation. The service in also offered to international students, in German and English. Kiel University Career Centre concentrates its actions on vocational orientation and career planning support.

Cap’Avenir, University of Bretagne Occidentale
Cap’Avenir, University of Bretagne Occidentale

Cap’Avenir helps UBO students to define their career goals not only during their studies and after graduation, but also before their arrival at the university. Cap’Avenir prepares new students to their start of university education and facilities links between high school and university by helping to define the higher education courses.

Centre for the Promotion of Employment and Internships, University of Cadiz
Centre for the Promotion of Employment and Internships, University of Cadiz

The Centre gives complex support to students and graduates of the university. In one of its programme. Job seeking support focuses on providing students with knowledge, information, guidance and also giving access to training resources.

The Career Management Office, University of Split
The Career Management Office, University of Split

The Office gives support to university students and creates links with employers with the goal to facilitate students’ entry and competitiveness in the labour market.

Student Advisory Services, University of Malta
Student Advisory Services, University of Malta

Students Advisory Services offer a wide range of support both to prospective and current students and is involved in job seeking process as it assists students in choosing their career paths.

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Submitted on Wednesday, April 13, 2022 - 07:48 by Sebastian Zaborowski Changed on Thursday, May 5, 2022 - 08:42 by Sebastian Zaborowski