What gets you hired globally – job hunting tips and tricks for the global market place
This interactive workshop is aimed at MA and PhD students who want to embark on a global career.
Participants will gain an understanding of the role cultural differences play in CV writing and how to prepare for an international job application. During this workshop, we’ll look at what employers are looking for in different countries, which application methods work best, what skills sets make employers tick, and what to mention in your CV and application letter whether it is for a job in Shanghai, Stockholm or Sydney.
This interative workshop targets specifically master and PhD students, but undergraduate students are also welcome to register. Register HERE
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 shorter lecture on the same topic is held in Flemingsberg the same day 11.30-13.00 (separate registration).
Contact person: Emma Hägg