The Finnish National Europass Centre takes part into the European Job Day event in Turku this coming Wednesday 12.2.

Europass logo

The European Job Day / Kampus Recruitment and Working Life Event brings together employers, students and graduates. Finnish organizations specialised in advising on international mobility together with EURES advisers and employers from different European countries provide information about working abroad.

The exhibition event is completed with a comprehensive seminar programme and counselling services.

Read more from: http://www.kampusturku.net/etusivu_eng.html

The Finnish National Europass Centre participates to the European Job Day /Kampus recruitment event in Turku 2.12.

Comments(0)

Add comment

Guidelines for commenting

We publish short comments that do not exceed ca. 300 words and that are about the article published. Comments are reviewed before publication. Revision and publication take place on weekdays during office hours. Comments will be published either as they are or they will be rejected; comments are not edited. After publication comments will be listed in chronological order.

We publish comments that do not violate the law or good manners. The comments should not, for example

  • be racist or inappropriate
  • incite violence or crime
  • have illegal or offensive content
  • share information breaching another person's privacy
  • publish copyrighted material
  • link on online material, which does not relate with the topic of discussion, or is otherwise inappropriate
  • market or advertise products or services
  • mass-mail speeches or statements.

Comments that do not follow these guidelines will not be published. The Finnish National Board of Education, europassi@oph.fi, is responsible for the site and for reviewing comments.

Name:  
Comment:  
Verification: How much three plus one?

Answer:  

This question prevents automatic usage of the form.
Comment will appear on the page when it has been accepted.
You must enable cookies before you can leave a comment. You can enable cookies from your browser settings.