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TiSEM and Asset conclude recruitment agreement with Unilever

Published: 11th May 2021 Last updated: 11th May 2021

On May 11, Unilever signed a recruitment agreement with TiSEM and Asset. The agreement will take effect - retroactively - on September 1, 2020. This partnerships marks the beginning of long-term and efficient collaboration between Unilever and all parties within TiSEM and Asset engaged in preparation for the job market. TiSEM sets great store by intensifying and formalizing its ties with the business world.

The agreement entails that Unilever will take part in career-oriented activities as the extended master program. Unilever will also provide guest lectures. In addition, Unilever will get a company profile on Tilburg University Career Portal. Unilever will also take part in the Economic Business Weeks Tilburg and Asset's Case Day and will provide company presentations.

This is the third recruitment agreement that TiSEM has concluded. Earlier, TiSEM signed an agreement with Philips and Achmea.

TiEM Unilever recruitment overeenkomst

'At the Tilburg School of Economics and Management we are very proud to officially partner with Unilever in terms of recruitment in cooperation with ASSET. This will further expand and strengthen our existing relations and our ambitions to grow and develop new generations of socially responsible, entrepreneurial and internationally oriented business leaders.’

Jeroen Kuilman, vice-dean of education TiSEM

Unilever is honored to start our partnership with the Tilburg School of Economics & Management and ASSET to create more impactful events for students at Tilburg University.   It a great opportunity to help providing all students knowledge and skills for their future career while also getting to know what life at Unilever is like. We very much look forward to our future events!

Jasper Stiphout - Unilever

'As Asset we are delighted to sign this partnership with Unilever and TiSEM. Such a known brand, will certainly contribute to the development of students.'

Joshua Stassen, President Asset