The workshops aim to prepare you for the job application process in Finland and teaches you how to communicate effectively about your knowledge and skills. The workshops are primarily offered for the international degree students of the University of Tampere who intend to stay in Finland after earning their degrees (Master’s degree or PhD). The workshops are also open for other students, especially those who are looking for an internship placement. Finnish students may also take part if there are fewer than 15 international participants.
The workshops are highly interactive and also designed to get to know yourself better. Participants are recommended to take part in all four sessions because they are all parts of a whole.
Content of the Career Planning Workshop
Part 1: Monday, 5 March 2018 at 12.15 – 15.00
* Get to know your strengths and weaknesses *Know your potential and recognize your opportunities *Marketing yourself
Part 2: Monday, 12 March 2018 at 12.15 – 15.00
* The job application process in Finland. Where to find vacancies? *How to expand and use your network? *Make a job hunting plan
Part 3: Monday, 19 March 2018 at 12.15 – 15.00
*Cover letter and resumé: how to communicate your skills and motivation effectively? * Bring your own application documents and get personal feedback!
Part 4: Monday 26 March 2018 at 12.15 – 15.00
* The interview: what to expect, do`s and don`t`s *Live simulations of the job interview, also with personal feedback! * Closing comments and questions
Applying and participants
The number of participants is limited to 15 students (in order of enrolment). The application is open and it will be closed after the Career Planning Workshop is full.
Please, enrol here and tell us about your backround, studies and wishes for the career planning workshop. Thank you.
Finnish students may also take part if there are fewer than 15 international participants.
THE teacher and information
Career Planning Workshops are held by Career coach Ms. Mariska Roelofs (MSc in psychology) and it is organized by Study Services of the University of Tampere.
Email for more information: uraohjaaja[at]uta.fi.