The Economics and Business Career Centre is here for students and for employers. There are different ways to get in touch with us. You’ll read how you can reach us here.
As a student, we will help you with anything regarding your career preparation. Among other things, you can come to us with questions about internships, career workshops and events, feedback on your CV, and we can put you in touch with our Career Coach.
Don’t forget to check our Frequently Asked Questions before you get in touch with us. You may already find the answer you’re looking for there.
The most direct way to get in touch with us is via the Digital Students Service Desk. Submit your question and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
If you want to talk to us directly, you can make use of our Career Desk twice a week. Because of COVID-19, this takes place online, via Zoom. All you have to do to contact the Career Desk is click on the button below during our Career Desk hours. When it’s your turn, we will admit you to the room and help you with your question.
If you want a more in-depth conversation about subjects regarding your career, you can get in touch with one of the UvA’s Career Coaches. For example, they can help you gain insight into your qualities, interests and motivation, get more out of LinkedIn, explore the labour market, and you can practice a job interview with them. You can make an appointment with the Career Coach on your own.
The University of Amsterdam’s Economics and Business is home to many talented young people. Are you looking for students or recent graduates, Dutch or international, who can make a difference in your organisation? There are a number of different ways in which we can help you get in touch with them. To name a few:
The university’s Job Board is a platform where you can post vacancies for jobs and internships, free of charge. It is exclusively available to UvA students and recent graduates in all fields.
Your vacancies – internships, part-time jobs and career opportunities – are all part of our students’ professional development. Remember, these are some of the brightest and most international young business minds around.
When you work with students, you can conduct small-scale scientific research or experiments. Student can do this as a part of their thesis with or at the organisation. Depending on the type of research question, this might be a student from one department or even from different department or institutes.
Please contact us by email if you are interested in meeting our talent.