ADS Presents Tech020 | Career fair for Data Science & AI

Looking for talent? Amsterdam Data Science will be hosting its annual career fair for final year bachelor, masters and PhD students on February 18th.

Each year, Amsterdam Data Science organises a Career Fair to connect bachelor, master and PhD students with Netherlands-based organisations to establish connections for future career opportunities.

ADS presents TECH020 will be held fully online on Thursday 18th February 2021. The event will include an open fair, workshop sessions & networking. Organisations include companies, research institutes and governmental agencies.

Over 200 students from the University of Applied Sciences Amsterdam, University of Amsterdam and Vrije Universiteit are expected to attend the event.

ADS presents TECH020

Date: 18 February 2020

Time: 14:30h-16:30h

Location: Hopin

Fee: €500,-* (excl. VAT, excl. workshop)

* Startups may inquire about special pricing.

There is space for only 30 organisations, so if you would like to participate please reach out to Giulia Donker before Monday 11th January 2021

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