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Career Services organises Think Career -events, workshops and info sessions. The themes of events are career and employment.

Boost to studies clinics

Do you feel that your studies are not progressing as quickly as you would like? Have you lost sight of the goal of your studies? Do you have problems with time management? Do you need help in finding your strengths and recognising your skills?

If you answered any of the above questions in the affirmative, Guidance Corner’s Boost to studies clinics may be just the thing for you! The material in the clinics is in Finnish and the work takes place in three languages (Finnish, Swedish and English) based on the needs of the participants, unless otherwise indicated in the clinic information.
 

Clinic themes:

Smart goals: Do you feel that your studies are not progressing as you would like? Have you lost sight of the goal of your studies? Come and clarify your goals and find a path to achieve them. The clinic uses the SMART criteria as support for the work.  

Studies as part of your career: Does the word ‘career’ sound distant and separate from your studies? Are you having a hard time finding your own strengths and recognizing your skills?  

Goal in mind, shaky time management: Do you have problems managing your use of time even though you know the goal of your studies? Do you

Boost to studies: A combination of the Smart goals and Studies as part of your career clinics. The group will convene twice. 

Registration for the clinics starts on 5 August 2019. A maximum of 15 students will be admitted to the clinics and they will be organised if there are at least three registered participants. Registration and the dates of the clinics.

Please note that the clinics do not provide degree programme or faculty-specific study guidance. If you need help, for example, in determining what studies are missing from your degree, you can find the contact information for your faculty’s Student Services here.

The clinics are run in collaboration by Career Services and Guidance Coordination Services.

How to find a job in Finland? (18.9.)

How to find a job in Finland?

Are you a student in one of the International Master’s degree programmes at the University of Helsinki and looking for a job in Finland?

If you would like to get some support with identifying and marketing your knowledge and skills please join this session.

Date: 18 September at 16 - 18
Venue: Language Centre (Fabianinkatu 26) lecture hall 405

Anna Storgårds, a career counsellor, will help you find answers for example following questions.
• What are the building blocks of a good job application and CV? • How does a Finnish CV look like?
• How stand out from the crowd?
• How can I use LinkedIn in searching for a job?

This session will cover practical first-hand tips as well as common recruitment channels and processes in Finland.

Please sign up no later than 16 September by filling the e-form.

More information: Career Services (careerservices@helsinki.fi).

Upcoming events in the fall 2019

Follow the event calendar. More detailed information will be updated during September.

Coming up events in English for example:

  • How to find a job in Finland workshop
  • Let's Learn to Talk about Skills workshop
  • Networking and Matching Event for International Talents
  • Traineeship info session
  • Let’s Learn LinkedIn

Other Career Services' events

The Think Career events held in Finnish can be found on the Finnish site.