Some examples of the kind of topics covered:

keyboard_arrow_up Build your CV

The resumé is an essential tool for providing information about your experience so that you will be selected for the job you are applying for (an internship done, participation in a professional club or a student association, an entrepreneurial project, playing affiliated sports). The first step will be uploading your resumé so that you can get feedback from your Career Consultant. You can also enroll in a workshop to learn more about how you should present yourself and your past experience.

keyboard_arrow_up Spoken and Written Communication

All students should be familiar with the main rules and practical techniques for business communication, particularly structuring and presentation techniques, so that they can apply what they know in their jobs on a daily basis and, naturally, during academic presentations.

keyboard_arrow_up Personal Development

Being able to get a job and have a successful career is a process that involves different personal skills. During your bachelor’s degree, you will have the opportunity to focus on some of these skills, choosing one (or more) workshops, such as Negotiation, Creativity, Personal Marketing or Advanced Communication.

keyboard_arrow_up Recruitment Processes

Selection for an internship, professional club or master’s degree program requires preparation and the use of the right tools. With us, you’ll be able to work on your resumé, build your profile on LinkedIn, prepare for interviews and learn how to approach the labor market. This practical approach also provides feedback on your performance.

keyboard_arrow_up Job Market Knowledge

Knowledge is power! In order to decide on your next step and/or how to be successful in a recruitment process, the best thing to do is get as much information as possible. To get this information, you need to learn to relate, take part in events in partnership with companies, get to know different people and become involved in internship programs and in a variety of projects.

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