About

Every year the faculty of Aerospace Engineering organises the AE Career Weeks. Personal development and an early career preparation are becoming more and more important for students in finding an internship, external thesis project or job.

During the two-week AE Career Weeks the Internship Office and the Master Department Apollo offer various workshops for MSc students to prepare them for their career. Also, companies can visit the faculty and talk to our students. Their visits will consist of detailed presentations, one-on-one interactions and CV checks with interested students. This year, the AE Career Weeks take place from 30th of September until the 19th October.

Would you like more information about the AE Career Weeks or are you interested in collaboration? Please get in touch with us!

Events

Date Company Session Time Venue
30

September

CV and Motivation Letter Workshop

The good, the bad and the effective CV and how to write a successful motivation letter. Join our workshop for Tips & Tricks on layouts, structure and context, so that it can represent who you are as a professional.
For this workshop preparation is mandatory, which means make sure to have your CV and draft motivation letter ready preferable bring a hard copy CV and draft motivation letter to this workshop.
Note that registration is mandatory and that it indicates a commitment to come!
12:30 - 13:30
LR CZ-A
1

October

LinkedIn Training

With over 450 million users, LinkedIn is a powerful tool in finding a job, internship or building your network. We will look at what tools to use and how to stand out in order to maximise your chances of getting noticed on LinkedIn. Is your profile too much or maybe not enough? Does it clearlyrepresent and promote your skills, experiences and interests? These are some of the topics we will be focusing on during the workshop.
Note that registration indicates a commitment to come!
12:30 - 13:30
LR CZ-J
7

October

Lunch Lecture

Lilium is developing a revolutionary air taxi service that is powered by the all-electric, vertical take-off and landing Lilium Jet. Come to the lunch lecture to find to find out more!
12:30 - 13:30
LR CZ-B
8

October

Lunch Lecture

Thales Group is a French multinational company that designs and builds electrical systems and provides services for the aerospace, defence, transportation and security markets.
12:30 - 13:30
LR CZ-B
9

October

Lunch Lecture

Rolls-Royce will give a company presentation and also explain their graduate career opportunities.
12:30 - 13:30
LR CZ-A
9

October

CV assessment

Do you want to apply for an internship or career at Rolls-Royce? Have your CV assessed in this one-on-one session.
14:00 - 17:00
FelS Room 7
10

October

Women's Breakfast

Get to know Rolls-Royce as company and employer during this breakfast for women. First and second year BSc students are also welcome!
08:30 - 12:00
De Atmosfeer
10

October

CV assessment

Do you want to apply for an internship or career at Rolls-Royce? Have your CV assessed in this one-on-one session.
08:50 - 11:40
FelS Room 7
10

October

Lunch Lecture

Van Oord is known for its dredging and offshore activities. Learn more about opportunities for Aerospace Engineering students at this maritime giant.
12:30 - 13:30
LR CZ-B
10

October

CV assessment

Do you want to apply for an internship or career at Rolls-Royce? Have your CV assessed in this one-on-one session.
14:00 - 17:00
FelS Room 7
11

October

Lunch Lecture

DRG was founded in 1983 to provide consulting services to solve high-end engineering problems. Learn about your career opportunities in this lunch lecture.
12:30 - 13:30
LR CZ-D
14

October

Lunch Lecture

Deerns designs infrastructure for building projects worldwide. Interested in an international career in engineering? Then visit this presentation.
12:30 - 13:30
LR CZ-D
15

October

Company Presentation

Fokker Technologies, part of GKN Aerospace, is a leading global aerospace specialist that designs, develops and manufactures highly engineered aircraft systems.
12:30 - 13:30
LR CZ-B
16

October

Lunch Lecture

Boeing is largest Aerospace company in the world and they're coming to our faculty to give a presentation! Make sure to sign up to find out what they're working on and how you could fit in.
12:30 - 13:30
LR CZ-A
17

October

Lunch Lecture

The principal passenger railway operator in the Netherlands is always looking for bright talent. Find out more about working by attending this lunch lecture!
12:30 - 13:30
LR CZ-D
17

October

Interview Training

Do you have a job/internship interview coming up? Or do you think it's useful for your future to know more about doing a good interview? This session is an opportunity for you to explore the little details that can make a big difference between a good performance and an exceptional one. We will look and practice a structured interview techniques, tips on answering common and tricky interview questions, and how to relate to interviewers, as well as answering any questions you might have.
Note that registration indicates a commitment to come!
15:45 - 18:15
LR CZ-J
18

October

Lunch Lecture

TNO
TNO is an independent research organisation in the Netherlands that focuses on applied science. The organisation also conducts contract research, offers specialist consulting services, and grants licences for patents and specialist software.
12:30 - 13:30
LR CZ-C

Companies

During the AE Career Weeks different companies are going to visit the faculty of Aerospace Engineering. This year the following companies will be present. Click on the company logos if you would like to visit their websites.