Work in Estonia – fair for foreign students ({{commentsTotal}})

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SA Archimedes, Work in Estonia and Ülemiste City are organizing a recruiting event for foreign students studying in Estonia. The fair will take place at restaurant Dvigatel, located in Ülemiste City, on November 11.

The job fair is aimed at bachelor and master level students in different fields of study. This year the event will take place for the third time.

The main goal of the job fair is to help companies find qualified staff and make it easier for the best students to stay in Estonia after graduation.

The fair also features a series of seminars, focusing on topics like Estonian working culture, Estonian work laws, and starting a business in Estonia.

The job fair is free for both the companies and students.

Editor: M. Oll



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