Each student association represents a certain domain of engineering:
- IEEE Student Branch: Electromechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Photonics and Computer Science Engineering
- PKarus: Electromechanical Engineering
- CenEka: Computer Science and Electronics Engineering
The diversity of our student organizations results in an interesting mix of attending companies, all eager to meet and interact with the employees of tomorrow. Come and explore which career possibilities are waiting for you!
Visit the IEEE Job FairThis year, the job fair will take place in the Therminal on Tuesday the 14th of March, from 13h to 17h30.
In order to make the organisation of the IEEE Job Fair easier, we would like to ask you to sign up for the event. You will also be able to upload your cv. If you register before the 12th of March you'll get a personal badge during the job fair with a QR code companies can scan to transfer your cv.
"Find the job you love and never work a day in your life!"
Since companies are more and more looking for the personality behind your technical skills, we give you the opportunity to get to know yourself on our Self-knowledge workshop given by the professional team of Crossbridge. Places are limited (max 34)! The workshop will start at 13h.
Following companies are confirmed to feature at the IEEE Job Fair:
|CNH Industrial Belgium|
You can learn more about these companies in the Company Corner.
Are you curious about the job opportunities these companies offer? Then don't forget to take a look at the vacancies page!
Not only will you be able to have a personal talk with the companies of your interest, you’ll also have the chance to get to know them better during dedicated company presentations.
The IEEE ResumeLab is a career management platform for IEEE-members and contains several tools to create an optimal professional profile. Go to our IEEE ResumeLab-page and learn how you can improve your skills.