We invite companies to participate in Delta Career Day
The University of Tartu's biggest career expo – Delta Career Day – will be held for the fifth time on 2 March 2023. On that day, the university's sports hall turns into a lively exhibition venue where companies can showcase their traineeship and career opportunities. Organisations are welcome to register for the event until 2 February.
The University of Tartu Delta Career Day brings together employers and students of the Institute of Computer Science, the Institute of Mathematics and Statistics and the School of Economics and Business Administration. At the event, companies can offer traineeship placements and promote job opportunities, and build their reputation as an employer. Students can get an idea of which companies are looking for employees, where to find a good traineeship placement and where they might work in the future.
According to Heisi Kurig, Head of the University of Tartu Institute of Computer Science, enterprises can meet lots of young talent at the Delta Career Day. "This is a good opportunity for companies to show themselves, meet students and make initial agreements for cooperation that would allow trainees and jobseekers to complete their studies," said Kurig.
This year, companies have the chance to participate in the Delta Career Day live studio, where the moderator will help companies present their traineeship and career opportunities. The live studio sessions will be broadcast online and on screens in the sports hall; the recordings will also be available after the event.
In the previous years, 55 enterprises have participated in the Delta Career Day. Based on experience, more than 600 students can be expected to take part in the event.
The Delta Career Day is organised by the University of Tartu institutes operating in the Delta centre: the Institute of Computer Science, the Institute of Mathematics and Statistics and the School of Economics and Business Administration.
For more information about the Delta Career Day, see the home page of the Delta Centre.