Each semester, the Career Center offers a comprehensive program consisting of a variety of workshops and lectures on the topics of profile building, career orientation and career entry. The career orientation offerings serve students to find answers to questions such as: "What opportunities do I have with my degree?" or "How would I like to work later?". In addition to numerous workshops, the events at which learning from role models is made possible deserve special mention. The Career Paths events and the Alumni & Career Talks are central to this. The profile-building offerings include all events in which students can develop their social and personal skills (often called "soft skills"). The Career Center's semester program offers a changing range of courses on this point, including self-presentation, rhetoric, leadership, voice and presence, work styles, and networking. Under the heading of career entry you will find helpful events on how to start your professional life - be it through first internships, working student jobs or jobs for graduates. No matter how the first theory-practice transfer takes place, it is usually preceded by an application phase. The Career Center therefore offers numerous programs to support the application process and the entry into practice.
Further information on the semester program.
Further information on career orientation.
Further information on profile building.
Further information on career entry.