Regardless of their industry, size, geography, or growth phase, the CDC works together with firms to find the best employer branding strategy and to promote internships and job opportunities across the year.
Companies can greatly enhance their employer brand quality and visibility with different sponsorship opportunities: sponsor a full or partial scholarship and select a suitable candidate in collaboration with the Admissions Office, support Club initiatives or other extra-curricular activities such as round tables, business presentations, workshops, inter-school competitions, sports events, charity events, and cultural initiatives.
After registering on our online portal, recruiters can post a job, search the CV database, collect candidates’ applications, or email them directly, with or without the CDC support.
The CDC coordinates job-postings, publishes job offers, and supports companies in the interview and selection processes.
The CDC organizes experiential trips with selected groups of students to visit companies on their premises.
Held during dedicated afternoon slots and followed by a recruiting process for internships or full time positions.
Participate in informal interview processes with pre-selected candidates, on Campus or virtullay.
3-6 months internships and projects, typically from June onwards, aim at testing candidates on strategic business problems present in their organizations, and for students to apply their professional and personal skills.
A great way to work directly with students and participate in a round table or seminar to discuss specific business issues.
Company executives partner with the MBA Faculty to challenge the class with real-life business problems.