The EFR Skills Week offers you the chance to develop your soft skills and earn one ECTS credit. Through a wide variety of trainings, you will develop practical skills that will prepare you for the labour market. Not only will you gain a potential advantage during your job applications but you might meet your future employer and you will get an official ESE Skills certificate. In our last edition, the following companies and training agencies joined the Skills Week: Young Advisory Group, EY, Young Colfield, Turing Society, Rijksoverheid, GMAT Amsterdam, Careerstarter.
- Only students who follow a bachelor at ESE will be able to earn an ECTS credit (excluding Fiscale economie bachelor students). Master students and bachelor students from other faculties are not able to earn this 1 ECTS credit.
- Subscriptions are based on a "first-come, first-served" basis.
- The schedule for the EFR Skills Week is still unknown and subject to change. Participants will receive all information by email as soon as possible.
- If all spots are already taken for the first Skills Week of the academic year, you will still have the opportunity to subscribe next April for the 2nd edition of the EFR Skills Week happening in May 2018.