27 June 2022
Empower your career with Unite!
Unite! partner universities offer online sessions that will help students further their knowledge on the labor market, with particular focus on international careers.
Job placement of graduate students is one of Unite!'s priorities, that is why the Career Liaison Centre within Unite!’s Centre4All task force, organised the Unite! Career Sessions. The aim of these sessions is to provide students with different views and perspectives on the international job market to strengthen their knowledge and help them figure out where they want to work, which position, which company size, which sector, and why.

In these sessions we will share the different realities of each country and career development experiences of the partner universities within the Unite! alliance while still making each session an asset for all participants, not only for those who study in a specific partner university, but for all those students from the whole Unite! community who wish to learn more about the different labor markets.

The first Unite! Career Session, developed by the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm (KTH) at the end of 2021, was about Digital leadership in times of disruption, a webinar focused on what skills both newly starting as well as well-established leaders need in order to thrive in these times of accelerated technological development.

Aalto University opened a MOOC titled 'Finland Works' which is already available online and can be accessed at any time. Focused on how to build a career and work in Finland, it provides a better understanding of Finland’s work culture, companies and how to better communicate your skill and find a job. The course is open and free for all students of the Unite! community

But this is only the beginning, 2022 will bring you more Unite! Career Sessions that will help you build your navigation map in this always changing international labor market.

Upcoming sessions for 2022

Session Summary Date / Time Organiser
International Careers in German Companies


The labor market in Germany is an interesting prospect for internationally positioned specialists. Invest 90 minutes and learn how young professionals with migration backgrounds have managed to start their careers and how they experience working life at Merck and Bosch Rexroth.


Conclusions of the webinar
More information

8 June 

15:30 - 17:00 (CET)

Technische Universität Darmstadt in collaboration with Merck and Bosch Rexroth.

Register here before 6 June 2022 (You will receive the link to join the session one day before the event by email.)

PhD career – What’s next?


An online event from Instituto Superior Técnico (ULisboa) in collaboration with Magma Studio

What means "to start a career as PhD"? Do you know what career you want to pursue?

18 April

13:00 (CET)

Universidade de Lisboa

Register here (The link to the conference will be sent by email after registration)
Professional opportunities for scientific and technical talent in Barcelona and Catalonia.


Discover the strategic sectors that generate job opportunities in Barcelona and Catalonia.

Training opportunities offered by UPC in these strategic sectors.

Services offered by UPC for people who want to come to work or start a business in Barcelona.

04 April
15:00 - 16:30
(CET)
Universitat Politècnica De Catalunya · Barcelona Tech






Register here

Entrepreneurship and the international environment: how to favor your employability?

  • Entrepreneurship what does it mean for you?
  • What about export?
The most important question for the young generation will be to decide where they want to work, which place, which company size, which sector, and why?

More information

9 March

18:00 – 19:30 (CET)

Grenoble INP - UGA




STEM careers for Women and Girls - in collaboration with Stellantis Group

  • What does it mean to start a career as a female graduate in an international employer?
  • What is the added value for the company of female diversity in its strategy?
  • Why are inclusion policies fundamental for business growth?

9 March

14:30 – 16:00 (CET)

Politecnico di Torino