Many degree programs serve to impart specialist and key competences, but do not prepare students for a specific occupation. Many students are also unsure of which field they want to work in and which their strong points are. Therefore, it is important to deal with this topic and to recognize personal preferences during the studies to complete relevant internships and to set priorities.
The following pages on the subject of occupational fields serve as orientation. You will also find an overview of alumni portraits, which present various career perspectives. Thementoring program offers further assistance in finding a career. Furthermore, we offer you an internship with us.
Additionally, we like to glance beyond to how students navigate student life and job entry in other countries. The Coimbra Group dealt with this question and different perspectives of various countries within the Coimbra Group in two reports about career in times of Corona.
Virtual Exchange has been a pillar of intercultural understanding and communication for years, a tool that opens a window to the world, preparing young students for the future of work that will require compentences that Virtual Exchange offers them. The status quo as well as possible future perspectives of Virtual Exchange events are summarised in this overview.