Job Fair and Recruiting Day

University Job Fair

The University Job Fair is an opportunity for employers and prospective new hires to meet and network. Students and new graduates who are about to start a career will get a comprehensive picture of the world of work, its  dynamics, and job seeking strategies, while companies looking for talent may find the most suitable candidates for the positions available.

HR managers and recruiters are just a few of the key players exhibiting at the Job Fair.

This is also a chance to attend orientation workshops and seminars, learn how to write an effective CV, and get expert feedback.

The Job Fair 2020 will take place from 23 to 27 November in online mode.

Company stands
  • meet the companies at their stands to find out about job and internship opportunities, talk to HR managers and hand out your CV
  • go to the CV check points for advice on your CV from professional recruiters
  • attend job orientation conferences and seminars
On the Job Fair website you can find:
  • Participating companies section – the companies that have confirmed participation to date: discover the companies and their fields of interest, update your CV and register for the event;
  • Seminars and other activities section – the other activities scheduled during the day: conferences, job orientation seminars and CV check with professional recruiters.

To attend and make the most of your participation visit the section "How to participate - Students". You will also find a useful handbook to better prepare for the interviews at the companies' stands.


Recruiting day at the University

Recruiting Days are a chance for employers offering internships or job opportunities to meet with our students and graduates. This event always includes pre-selection and selection activities which take place at the University itself.

Suggest a date for your own recruiting day at the University by sending us an email containing details of the internship and job opportunities you are offering and the educational profiles required. COSP will evaluate your proposal in collaboration with reference professors from the relevant disciplinary areas.

Recruiting day calendar
Guidance meetings

Aimed at students and graduates, the guidance meetings are a perfect opportunity to learn how to look for a job in the most effective way and get to know more about the career opportunities a particular degree can lead to. In 2018, more than 5,500 students and graduates of the University took part in guidance meetings.

Companies, organisations and associations can take part by sending along professionals and experts in recruitment and human resources management to participate in training events focusing on relevant topics, or invite graduates who have successfully secured a post within their organisation to come along and give first-hand accounts about their own experience.

Please contact us for more information and to suggest how you would like to collaborate with the University at one of our guidance meetings.

Events held at companies’ premises

Companies interested in holding meetings and recruitment events involving students and graduates of the University at their company premises should email COSP with their suggestions, at least one month before the date planned for their event.

Interested companies can also get in touch with us to promote any free training courses or particularly important recruitment and selection programmes.