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Unpacking international study experience into career success

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2017-04-0311:30 to 13:00 Torget, Library, Alfred Nobels Allé 8 Campus HuddingeCampus FlemingsbergCareer Service

How do you translate international experience, like exchange studies or internships abroad into employability skills valued by recruiters? 

The global job market needs a different skill set and more cultural understanding than looking for a job in a country you have called home your entire live. What is required to get hired in another job market? What makes international employers tick? How to write a CV, or ace that job interview in a new country. This fast-paced interactive global career lecture will provide you with job market insights, career tips and CV tricks to feel more confident on the global job market.

Bring your lunch and let Nannette Ripmeester from Expertise in Labour Mobility answer some of your questions.

The lecture is open for students, teachers and researchers intersted in the career value of international study experiences. This event is done in collaboration with KTH Royal Institute of techology Career Service.

Register HERE

About the speaker

Nannette Ripmeester is founder and director of Expertise in Labour Mobility (ELM). She holds double-sided knowledge on what makes people mobile, working with large corporate clients and higher education institutions across the globe. ELM is specialised in customising solutions for international labour mobility. More recently, she has become involved in the educational gaming app CareerProfessor.works, bridging education to the world of work. Together with her team Nannette works under the motto of Making Mobility Work. Nannette combines her role for ELM with her work as Director Client Services Europe for i-graduate – a leading benchmarking organisation responsible for the International Student Barometer, with 2.9 million student responses, the largest student survey in the world – making her Europe’s leading expert on mobility for study and work, with over 20 years of advising employers, universities and governments on graduate mobility. 

A more elaborate interactive workshop targeting master students and PhD students on the same topic is held in Solna 17.00-19.00 the same date (separate registration).

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