IEEE Jobfair 2015

Wednesday, December 2, 2015 - 12:30

Mark Wednesday December 2 2015 between 12h30 and 17h30 in your agenda: IEEE Student Branch Leuven organizes the tenth edition of the job fair with spin-offs & high-tech companies. The companies that are present at this job fair are mostly not well known with the general public, so this is your chance of exploring your possibilities with more obscure but immensely interesting companies!

The jobfair is mainly aimed at students in the fields of electrical engineering, computer science, embedded systems, telecom, bio-mechanics, robotics, ... So if you design hardware, software, or both: we will have something interesting to show you! During the fair, companies have the opportunity to present themselves on a booth and, if they choose so, with a short company presentation, seminar, demonstration,...

These companies have open vacancies, so don't forget to bring your CV (and register using the form below).

The job fair will take place in the architectural masterpiece the Campusbibliotheek Arenberg of the K.U.Leuven, and will close with a reception where a snack and a drink is presented. Everybody is welcome to come and get to know the spin-offs & high-tech companies. Participation is free but we ask you to register online with the form at the bottom of this page.

By registering and attending the jobfair, you are eligible to win an iPad mini through lottery!

Basic Registration
Additional Fields for Participants
e.g. Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering,...
For example: Research and Development, IT and Telecommunications, Analogue Design, Power Electronics, Digital Signal Processing, Web Security, Biomedics, ...
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