Career Day Life Sciences Hessia / Rhineland-Palatinate on 18. November 2021 in Langen

The Career Day Life Sciences Hessia/Rhineland-Palatinate will take place on Thursday, 18. November 2021 in Langen.

Invited are students from the 3rd semester onwards, MA students, postgraduates and PostDocs of the following faculties:

  • Applied Bioinformatics
  • Applied Life Sciences
  • Applied Pharmaceutical Studies
  • Business Studies
  • Bio- and Pharmaceutical Analysis
  • Biochemistry
  • Bioinformatics
  • Biology
  • Biophysics
  • Biotechnology
  •  
  • Bio Sciences
  • Chemistry
  • Human Biology
  • Information Technology
  • Engineering
  • Medicine
  • Medical Information Technology
  • Pharmaceutical Law
  • Pharmaceutical Studies
  • Technical Biology
  •  

Students from the following universities in Hessia and Rhineland-Palatinate are invited to attend:

These companies participated at the Career Day Life Sciences 2019:

Upcoming Events

  1. Online Career Days Life Sciences

    18. November / 10:00 - 19. November / 17:00
  2. Online Career Days Civil Engineering

    2. December / 10:00 - 3. December / 17:00
  3. Career Day Civil Engineering NRW

    9. June 2021 / 10:00 - 15:00
  4. Career Day Life Sciences

    18. November 2021 / 10:00 - 15:00

Online Career Day Life Sciences – Agenda

10:00 am:  Welcome by Ursula Kirchner, Director at the Hessian Chemical Industry Association and responsible for the project “Initiative Health Industry Hesse (IGH)

10.15 am:  Welcome by Dr. Brüschke, Chairwoman AkWW e.V.

10:30 –        discussion panel with companies
11:00 am

11:00 –        talks with students at the company stands
3:00 pm: 

11:30 –        individual presentations of the companies in the large hall
14.30 pm: 

12.30 –        seminar “Self-confidence and positive mental attitude
1:00 pm: 

14.30 pm:   seminar “Business Etiquette and Outfit

15:00 pm     Finish

Venue: New Town Hall Langen near Frankfurt

The Career Day Life Sciences takes place in the New Town Hall Langen near Frankfurt.

Located between Darmstadt and Frankfurt, this modern city hall offers the ideal setting for young scientists and companies from the life sciences environment to meet.

 

Benefits for students

• Free bus transfer from the univsersity to the venue • Free lunch • Free Admission 

At the career day of the Arbeitskreis Wissenschaft und Wirtschaft e.V.
you will get to know the employees of important international companies in your sector, who on the Career Day provide direct information about job opportunities and often even decide on hiring.

As experience has shown that large companies rarely publish the details of their staff, the contacts you make here on site are of particular importance and can be valuable to you later.

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A look back at the Career Day Life Sciences 2018

The Career Day Life Sciences took place on 21. November 2018 in Langen.
523 students participated.

References

“Thank you very much for the really wonderful organisation and the festive atmosphere. Both we as exhibitors and the students have benefited from the event to a great extent. There were many lively exchanges with the students. In this context, a first personal contact is always more desirable than a purely written application.

We would like to thank the organisation of the event and will most likely be back next year.”

HITZLER Ingenieure

“The cooperation and support on site was to our complete satisfaction. For this reason we would like to thank you for a successful event. We were able to make many contacts during the event and got to know many students from the faculties. We are already looking forward to positive reports from the students and to a hopefully successful event in 2019.”

EUROVIA Services GmbH

„[…]I am pleased to confirm that the industry-specific career fair […] was very beneficial for our students. Many of our students visited this fair to get in touch with companies and received internships for the Practical Semester (BPS). We would be happy to continue working with you in the future. Many thanks for your commitment.“

Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences