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Career Development Platform

Second and Third year Bachelor Students

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Silver and Gold committees are the perfect way to develop your skills further, in a committee requiring a larger time commitment and greater responsibility. Benefits to joining a committee include:

  • Personal And Professional development
    As an active member, you get the opportunity to develop your social, organisational and professional skills. You will work together with your fellow committee members and organise ambitious and challenging events. Besides that, you will receive personal guidance and exclusive training.
  • CV Building
    A committee gives you the opportunity to distinguish yourself from other students and provides you with a head start at the beginning of your future career. You will be working in a professional and challenging environment and get connected to recruiters from top companies, as we have over 250 company contacts.
  • Social events
    Being active in one of our committees means that you can join social events specifically organised for active members, such as New Year’s Dinner, Active Members Weekend, Winter Sport, Gala and many more events during the year.

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Why should you do an internship?
An internship is a great way to gain practical experience with the benefit of giving you the full experience of what it’s like to work at the respective company. Ranging from 2 months to a full year, there’s bound to be an internship that suits your needs. The company will also get to know you; internships are a frequently taken route to a great starter position or traineeship!

If you are a Bachelor student, a full-time internship completed in semester 1 of your third year is worth 12 ECTS and can be included in your curriculum. However it is of course always possible to do an internship outside of your programme.

Benefits of an internship:

  • Explore the world of work;
  • Apply the theoretical knowledge you were taught during your programme;
  • Develop professional skills and a working pattern;
  • The opportunity to demonstrate your skills, improving your chances of a job after your studies;
  • Build a professional network

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Working Student

Eager to put your academic knowledge into practice while leaving enough room for all aspects of your life?

Then becoming a working student is the right fit for you. With an average commitment of 12 to 24 hours a week, it allows you to gather relevant experience catered to your specific interests and skills. Meant to be performed alongside your studies, working student jobs are a great way to gain a head start in your career, without compromising your study progress.

The working student jobs offered on our platform differ from ‘regular’ side jobs, in that they allow you to gain up experience in the field you would be interested in working in. If you’re going to be working alongside your studies, why not do it in the industry of your choice?

Benefits of working student jobs:

  • Put academic knowledge into practice
  • Combine academic and professional ambitions

Nino Kriz – Working student DeGiro
“Being a part-time working student allowed me to encounter the concepts discussed in the courses in real life while building a professional network and creating a job opportunity for myself when I finish my studies.”


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Sefa Career Week

The Sefa Career Week is a 5-day Career event that is designed to provide students the opportunity to orientate themselves and gain an insight into their future careers.

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Skillsweek 2020

Sefa Skillsweek

Sefa Skillsweek are four days to develop yourself on professional, academic and personal field.

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Amsterdam Career Days

The Amsterdam Career Days is the perfect career event for students who are orienting for their future career. Thanks to the collaboration between faculty associations Aureus (VU University Amsterdam) and Sefa (University of Amsterdam), more than 2000 students with different backgrounds are reached every year.

Click here for more information about the ACD