The job link module helps the participants in their search for traineeship and employment, through different activities.
Meeting with experts: during the Master students frequently meet European experts, officials, advisors and lobbyists working on the Brussels arena. They are thus rapidly able to build contacts with a view to post-Master career prospects.
Internship support office: during and after the course, the European Desk of the Belgian-Italian Chamber of Commerce proposes various traineeship and job opportunities in Brussels. The trainee and the host organisation are supported in the redaction of the traineeship agreement.
CV Book: the Master’s participant’s profiles are published in the CV book that is sent to hundreds of European organisations, companies and associations in Brussels and throughout Europe. The CV book is an effective tool which allows the employers to select the most suitable candidates for their company or organization and to find skilled policy advisors and project consultants.
Class session: the advice of an expert will help the students to adjust their CVs and Cover letters, as well as to use the right techniques while approaching the EU affairs job market.
Individual tutoring: individual meetings can be scheduled for the students to receive personalized advice related to their profiles.