Visit us at the European Career Fair at MIT and find out about career perspectives at UA Ruhr. The MIT European Career Fair (ECF) in Boston/Cambridge is an annual recruiting event, organized by members of the European Club at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). ECF's mission is to connect top-tier US students and young professionals with European companies, universities and non-profit organizations and to inform about career opportunities in Europe.This career fair is the largest of its kind in the United States with up to 100 attending companies and 3000-5000 registered candidates. To register, click here.
Perceptions are the window to our world. Rather than merely producing a snapshot, our brains actively create our experiences when we perceive a scene, an object or a person. Given that background knowledge and biases always shape the ways in which we understand the world, how can we ever truly perceive persons and objects or do we simply see the world as we want it to be? A panel of psychologists and philosophers will present recent research in a conversation about our capacity to adequately understand the world around us.
Speakers: Albert Newen (Ruhr University Bochum), Lee Jussim (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey), Emily Balcetis (New York University)
Moderator: Albert Newen
Organizers: Deutsches Haus at NYU, University Alliance Ruhr, DAAD, and DFG
If you would like to participate, please register at email@example.com.
Planning to pursue a graduate degree abroad can seem overwhelming. This event is designed to help you navigate the process – from finding the right program and university to understanding the requirements and application process.
Germany is a popular destination for American students seeking a graduate degree abroad: with many tuition-free, English-taught graduate programs, German universities equip students with a top-notch international education and unique edge to adapt to the global marketplace. This fair will introduce you to a wide range of graduate opportunities in all subject fields.
We will also address other aspects of studying in Germany, such as cost of living, visa and residence permits, health insurance, accommodation, and student jobs. There will be plenty of opportunities to meet representatives from various German universities, funding agencies, and partner organizations.
You should attend if you are: an undergraduate or a graduate student, young professional, career service advisor or someone who is interested in graduate studies in Germany!
4:30 pm to 7:00 pm Information Fair
5:00 pm to 5:45 pm Panel: Learn from alumni and professionals about how to build your international career
Please register here.