Tilburg University Career Week 2022

Tilburg University Career Week 2023

From April 17 to 21, career orientation takes center stage during Career Week. This Week offers a packed program of workshops, lectures, networking opportunities and information sessions. So plenty of opportunities to prepare for a good start to your career during your studies. Leading up to Career Week is Preparation Day, on February 13.

During Career Week you get to know the job market, meet potential employers, discover different types of jobs and get one step closer to discovering what suits you.

Start building your network, be inspired by alumni experiences, and get valuable tips on how to upgrade your resume.

Career Week

Preparation Day, February 13

Leading up to Career Week is Preparation Day, on February 13. The activities on that day will help you present yourself well in contact with potential employers. They also provide good preparation for program components that involve selection based on CV. 

Registration closes at 17.00 hrs on Friday, February 10.

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Career Week, April 17 – 21

We are joining forces! During Career Week, you can choose from a wide range of activities offered as part of the Economic Business weeks (EBT), the Legal Business Days (JBT), the Social Sciences Career Event (SCT), and the TSHD Career Days, and by Tilburg University's IQONIC, Student Career Services, and Alumni Relations.

Although the programs of the School events are primarily aimed at students of that specific School, some program elements are also open to students of other Schools. Moreover, you are welcome to join the various cross-School activities.

Registration for program components with CV selection (EBT & JBT) is possible until 16 February. For all other components of the various School events, the registration deadline is 22 March. For the other events, different deadlines may apply.

Why participate in Career Week?

  • Khai Tan

    Khai Yuen Tan

    Business Law Master’s student

    “Career Week has given me a better picture of the type of work that my program gives me access to and what will and won’t suit me.”


    Khai shares more about his experiences during Career Week

  • Nicole Ganin

    Nicole Ganin

    Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence Bachelor’s student

    "Don’t think: “That is still a long way off”, just go there. If you already have some idea about your future career, but also if you have no idea whatsoever."

    Read what else Career Week brought Nicole

Learn more about the job market:

  • Manon Zijlmans

    Manon Zijlmans

    Regional Account Manager OOH at Mars

    “Contact with our company can offer students an opening for an internship or entry-level position. Since Mars strongly encourages employees to continue to develop, we almost always have vacancies.”

    Read how, according to Manon, you can get the most out of Career Week

  • Tess Hoitink

    Tess Hoitink

    Talent Lead at recruitment company Hays

    “See those interviews with businesses as building up your network. Make a start now, even if graduation is still some way off.” 


    Tess shares more career preparation tips

Career Week 2023