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“Praxisbörse”: Career Choice Support

The University of Bremen’s “Praxisbörse” career fair offers insights into fields of work and is a great chance for first talks with companies. This year’s fair will take place in the Glass Hall on campus between October 5 and 7 (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.). Attractive employers will present their companies.

It is sensible for students and graduates to directly connect with potential employers at an early stage. This could either be for the purpose of an internship, final thesis cooperation, or an entry-level job. The University of Bremen’s “Praxisbörse” career fair offers interested persons the chance to practically apply the knowledge gained during their degree and to plan their entry into the job market.

The fair is aimed at all students and graduates from Bremen and surrounding regions. Due to the corona pandemic, face-to-face conversations between students and the human resource staff from the companies were not possible in past years. That is why a digital career fair was held on May 19 this year. Application document checks, company presentations, and individual coaching sessions took place online. Student participation was very good and all of those involved had the wish that an in-person fair take place.

New Exhibitors and Contact Persons

“We heard the message and will host a small version of the “Praxisbörse” career fair - without additional events but face-to-face - between October 5 and 7,” says Fatma Arici from the organizational team. “As a larger fair was not possible at the time of planning, we split the event into three days. Thus, we are offering all students the chance to start thinking about internships, final theses, and their first job right at the start of the semester.” There will be many new exhibitors and contact persons at the fair this year.


Further Information:


Fatma Arici
University of Bremen
Phone: +49 421 218-60334
Email: fatma.ariciprotect me ?!vw.uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de


At the “Praxisbörse” career fair - which can be seen in this old photo - students and graduates have the chance to directly connect with potential employers.