The Career Services Office provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to transition from university to the world of work.
Students are supported by skilled professionals specialized in recruiting and by mentors from various work environments, who help them discover and strengthen their abilities and handle the issues they will face in the job market.
Guidance services aim to:
- make students active jobseekers by helping them assess and market their personal and professional strengths to be competitive in the job market
- develop entrepreneurial mindsets by teaching students to build a network of personal contacts, including the use of social networks
- teach students to analyze and improve their understanding of the skills they have acquired through their degree programs
- create personal and professional development projects and teaching the basics of self-marketing, or personal branding
- prepare students to succeed in recruitment
Throughout the year, Career Services also organizes professional consulting and guidance sessions for both students and graduates, including: