Awesome IT – Call for Sponsors

On April 3rd 2020 the study association VIA will host its 10th edition of their symposium Awesome IT. This is an annual symposium for around 450 students who study computer science, artificial intelligence, information science or one of the related masters at the University of Amsterdam.

VIA are looking for companies who are interested in joining this symposium. This year Awesome IT is located in the beautiful location ´Het Sieraad´ in Amsterdam. There will be a wide variety of speakers who work at well known organizations and international companies within the IT world. They deliberately do not choose a specific theme for their symposium, so they can offer a lot of different topics. This way they can make it interesting for all the different studies and educational levels.

There is a company fair in the main hall of the venue. During the symposium students have the opportunity to network with companies and ask them about career possibilities. There is also an option to speed date with the students.

There are different sponsor options and prices.

If you would like more information about the different sponsor opportunities, please email or call 020 525 7880.

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