Contact Student Career Services

When and how can I get help from a Career Services Officer?

This personalized form of career guidance is suitable if you have specific questions about your career-path.

  • Together with the Career Services Officer of your school, you can discuss your interests, identify your strengths and areas for attention, consider your opportunities and preferences, and what might be standing in your way.
  • Moreover, you can ask for advice and guidance in how to increase your chance of success in the labor market.

You can easily schedule a 30-minute appointment with your Career Services Officer via the appointment system in the Career Portal.

If you have other questions or doubts concerning the above mentioned topics, you can also email the Career Services Officer of your School. Take a look at the Frequently Asked Questions for other career related topics and questions as well.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Can’t find the answer to your question? Before contacting us, please check whether you can find the answer below, on the list of frequently asked questions.

I am looking into doing an internship, but I am not sure about what I want to do and what the possibilities are. How can Student Career Services help me?

  • In order to find out which internships suit you, you can take a look at the Career Portal.
  • If you are not yet sure about your skills and competencies, it might be beneficial to participate in the Talent Management training.
  • You could also make an appointment with the Career Services Officer of your School to discover what suits and fits you, and whether this agrees with current labor market.
  • NB: Do you have a question about practical matters concerning your internship or how it will fit into your curriculum? Please contact your internship coordinator.

I am am (nearly) graduated and looking for a starters function. How can Student Career Services help me?

  • First of all, you should create an account for the Tilburg University Career Portal. Here you can find many vacancies which you can alter to your liking based on your profile and preferences. You will also find an overview of career events that can help you expand your network and you get to know more interesting companies. Next to that, the portal contains many tips & tricks and articles that could be useful in every phase of your career orientation process.
  • Workshops and training that will help you prepare for a job interview are Personal Branding and Networking, Application letter and CV, the Job interview and How to prepare for Assessments.
  • During the consultation hours for job applications, you can ask us about the application procedure, the job interview and/or feedback on your CV and/or application letter.
  • And lastly, you can make an appointment with the Career Services Officer from your School in order to discover what suits you and whether your profile fits the current labor market.

I am applying for jobs and would like to get feedback on my CV and/or application letter. Who can help me?

  • Firstly, you should use the consultation hours for job applications on Monday and Thursday between 13.00 and 14.00 hours in A304. Here, you can let the Career Coaches & Trainers check your CV and/or letter.
  • You could also participate in the workshop Application letter and CV.
  • Next to that, you could check out the Career Portal for useful tips & tricks to improve your CV or to write your application letter.

I do not think that the training courses, workshops and consultation hours fit my question and I want to have a conversation with someone. With who and how should I make an appointment?

  • The Career Services Officer of your School can help you with your orientation on the labor market. You can find information on how you can make an appointment with the Career Services Officer of your School via the Career Portal.
  • Do you need personal coaching that digs deeper into who you are, what you want and what you are good at., then the Career Services Officer can refer you to one of our Career Coaches & Trainers.
  • You can also contact the Student Desk; one of the employees will review your situation and refer you to the right person.

I am dealing with special personal circumstances that disturb my studies and my career orientation process and would like to talk to someone about this. Who should I go to?

  • The Dean of Students can inform and advise you regarding with all kinds of problems you can encounter during your studies. The Dean of Students can of course not solve your problem, but can advise, act as an agent and/or refer you to other instances.
  • The Dean of Students can not help you with respect to questions about your study; for this you should contact you Education Coordinator.

I have a question about my study (program, progress, (elective) courses, planning, combining study and internship). Who should I go to?

The Education Coordinator is the person to got to regarding questions about your study program, i.e. the curriculum, courses and your study planning.

For example, are you wondering whether an internship will fit within your study program, whether an exchange will suit you or what masters fit your study? Then make an appointment with the Education Coordinator of your study program.


Start growing | Let’s meet

Contact your Career Services Officer

TiSEM

Simone Hofland Marion van Heijningen

Simone Hofland and Marion van Heijningen

Let’s meet in PZ 2.01 (ground floor) or contact us via:

tisem.careerservices@tilburguniversity .edu

TLS

Gaby Walraven

Gaby Walraven

Let’s meet in M Building, Career Office (ground floor) or contact me via:

tls.careerservices@tilburguniversity.edu

TSB

Jenny Krebbers Didien Kok

Jenny Krebbers

Didien Kok

Let’s meet in S-121 or contact me via:

tsb.careerservices@tilburguniversity.edu

TSHD

If you have a question on labor market orientation or you would like to request personal guidance, please send your e-mail to: tshd.careerservices@tilburguniversity.edu.




When and how can I get help from a Career Coach?

Do you feel you need more help with questions such as who you are, what your qualities are and what you want in your future career?

If our workshops and training, the CV consultation hours or help from our Career Services Officers are not suitable in relation to your question, you can discuss this with the staff members of the Student Desk. They will look into your question to see whether it can be answered by individual guidance by the Career Coaches & Trainers of the Student Career Services.

Career Coaches & Trainers

Kristel van Oosterbosch Student Career Center Tamar Jonkman Student Career Center Annebeth Schudel Student Career Center

Kristel van Oosterbosch, Tamar Jonkman and Annebeth Schudel