ADS presents TECH020 – Last call for companies to participate

ADS presents TECH020 is our third Career Fair for all students studying fields related to Data Science and AI. There are only a few spots left for organisations to participate. 

In collaboration with the HvA, InHolland, UvA, VU and The Student Hotel, ADS is hosting its third Career Fair on Thursday 20th February at The Student Hotel.

Students from all knowledge institutes in Amsterdam, as well as those across the country will attend the event to discover their career opportunities in fields including:

  • Data Science
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Business Analytics
  • Computer Science
  • Econometrics
  • Software Engineering
  • Information Systems

So far confirmed companies include: 3sc AnalyticsAtradiusAutoriteit Consument en Markt (ACM), Cloudflight, Databricks, DeloitteElsevierThe Hybrid Intelligence CentreING Bank, QualogyRepubliqSia PartnersSoboltTriple A Risk Finance and VodafoneZiggo.

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Check out last year’s Career Fair.

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