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The Ambition Weeks is the time for companies and students to really get in contact with each other. There is a vast variety of activities, open for the students that have been chosen by the organising companies based on their resume. You can apply for various training sessions, one-on-one conversations, a company breakfast, lunches, dinners, and also informal recruiting activities. More information on the Ambition Weeks will follow.
Various companies will organise training sessions during the Ambition Weeks. The competence-related sessions are aimed at improving the skills you need to enter the job market fully prepared. Other training sessions go deeper into the daily life of working at a company, taking you into the life of an employee by getting to solve a case with assistance of multiple experts.
The Ambition Weeks also host multiple one-on-one conversations: a personal talk between you and a company of your choice. Whether you’re looking for a non-committal orientation conversation where you get to know more about a company, or a more detailed conversation about the opportunities a company may have for you. All conversations will have a maximum length of 30 minutes.
A great way to get in touch with recruiters of a company of your choice is having a company lunch with them. At lunch time, you and nine other students will share a table with three recruiters. All information regarding the company lunches, as well as a registration form, will be published later.
Fancy a delicious three-course dinner with a potential employer? Then register for a company dinner! The dinner consists of eight students and three recruiters from a single company sharing one table. During the dinner, you’ll have ample opportunity to talk with these recruiters.
Is an informal way of getting to know a company more your cup of tea? Then we have exactly what you are looking for! Apply for a variety of informal recruitment activities in the Activity Overview section, for example a craft beer tasting. Take your informal recruiting pick!