Applications Open for Companies to Participate in the UvA Informatics Thesis Fair
The University of Amsterdam Graduate School of Informatics will organise the annual Thesis Fair on Thursday November 23rd for students of Master’s programmes Software Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Data Science and Business Information Systems. Approximately 150-200 students will attend this event.
Participating companies must submit graduate projects on our website http://informatics.amsterdam before the event, such that students can browse, discuss and appraise them. If you do not have a login yet, please send us an email and we will make sure you receive a login for submitting the projects.
A speed date schedule will be drawn up accordingly. During the speed date sessions, companies have the excellent opportunity to meet our students in 10-minute conversations and discuss thesis projects, opportunities and compensation.
After the speed dates there will also be an open market and we will wrap up the event with drinks.
Date: Thursday November 23th
Location: Faculty of Science, Science Park 904, Amsterdam
Fee: Donation of €400,- (excl. BTW) per company for covering the costs of this event. Small start-ups can contact us for an adjustment of the fee.
Deadline: October 20th for submitting projects on the website and subscribing for the Thesis Fair.
For more information or to apply:
Yvonne Tjalsma firstname.lastname@example.org
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