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Event for the spouses: Recruiting and Matching Morning 21.9.2017: ICT & Technology

Are you an international talent in the field of ICT or Technology?

Perhaps you have a certificate of a degree recognition and identification or you have completed a study period in which your career and professional qualifications have been assessed? You can still be a degree student or you have completed your studies either in Finland or abroad.

Join us for Recruitment and Matching Morning to meet employers from the fields of ICT and technology and to have a kick start to your new career with them!

At first the companies will present themselves and their needs for employees after which you will have a chance to continue the discussion further with them.

Do not forget to take your CV and contact information along!

The event is free of charge. Welcome!

Programme of the Recruiting and Matching Morning (pdf)

When: Thursday 21.9.2017 at 9-12.00 am.

Where: Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, Leppävaara campus. Address: Vanha Maantie 6, 02650 Espoo

Event is arranged in collaboration with Helsinki Chamber of Commerce, COME, Univeristy of Helsinki, Aalto University, Metropolia University of Applied Science.

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