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Start working on your career now
It's never too early for students to be smart about preparing for the job market. This year Leiden University is launching new initiatives to improve the transition from university to work. The new awareness campaign - CareerTime - is starting on 29 September with career stands at the faculties.
Graduation in sight? Get some career tips from the Mentor Network
As you near the end of your student time, it can be daunting thinking about what you want to do after graduating. Am I ready for the job market? What are my options? Just about every student wrestles with these questions, and Lisanne and Wilbert are no exception. They called on the help of the University's
Join the Sustainable Business Battle
Do you want to show that sustainability and business can work well together? And are you ready for a challenge? If so, you can sign up for the Sustainable Business Battle, a six-week business case challenge in which teams of students help companies find innovative and sustainable solutions.
Updated LU Career Zone: online springboard to the job market
Do you want to make sure you're well prepared for the job market, or maybe help your students on their way to a job? Leiden University Career Zone, the University website about the job market, has been updated and it now has more tests, better tools and its own job portal.
Mentor Network: what users say
Free advice and tips on the job market from a Leiden alumnus. This is what the Leiden University Mentor Network offers. Curious about how it works? Hear what a number of users have to say about how the Mentor Network has helped them. Maybe you need a mentor yourself, in which case sign up today!
Allard Altena is mentor: ‘Make use of other people’s work experience’
Alumnus Allard Altena (27) is mentor of the month. He worked at the Public Prosecution Service and is now a regulator at the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM). He wants to share his broad experience with students and young alumni – you too perhaps?
New: mentor network – tips for your career
Thinking about what you want to do once you’ve graduated? Want to know what a particular profession really entails? Ask a Leiden alumnus via the online mentor network. It’s free, easy to access and very useful!
On the job market with a Leiden degree
Every year around 3,900 master's students sign their name in Leiden's famous 'Sweat Room' when they graduate. What do they do after that? Five young alumni talk about their work.
How to find a job as an international student in the Netherlands?
Many international students are keen to work in the Netherlands after completing their studies. What are the possibilities and the obstacles? The International Student Career Event on 20 April helped students on their way.
March Mentor Network month
Leiden University Mentor Network offers free advice and tips from a Leiden alumnus. Sign up now! Our Vice-Rector Magnificus Hester Bijl is a Leiden alumna and now mentor to Irene de Best, a master's student of English.
Mentor Gonny Hauwert: ‘Your first job doesn’t have to be an instant hit!'
Mathematician Gonny Hauwert (33) is one of the mentors in the Leiden University Mentor Network. Through multiple jobs she found out what she really enjoyed: data analysis. ‘My experiences can help students.’
The best route to the job market
Students, lecturers and careers officers who attended a conference on preparing for the job market advise encouraging students to explore their career opportunities as soon as possible. What works?