For NCE Seafood Innovation, a focus area within developing and strengthening the seafood industry’s competency is to work with talent attraction for the industry, making students an important target group. Companies that collaborate with students often see this as a highly valuable experience, as companies can connect with students uniquely and understand if they fit the company for future recruitment while having various problems solved.
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Opportunities for collaboration with students (chronological order):
University of Bergen – Deadline March 19
Fifteen biology students from the master program ‘Aquaculture and Seafood‘ and the course BIO208, are looking for opportunities to put theory into practice. If you want help in your company, then the students would like to discuss potential internships, summer jobs, part-time jobs, etc. They’re flexible when it comes to scope and time period. If you want CVs, information about the candidates, their contact information, or have other questions, contact email@example.com.
University of Bergen – Deadline February 11
Master students in the programme “Media and Interaction Design” are seeking opportunities to collaborate for their master projects. Students wants to put theory into practice by developing a prototype, conducting a field study, or writing an academic paper based on practical issues. On February 11, you can join a pitch session to discuss opportunities. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for more information
Norwegian School of Economics – Deadline February 8
Master students at NHH are seeking opportunities to collaborate with companies for their master theses on topics within the business domain. NHH is arranging an meeting arena on February 22, between students and companies, to meet and discuss theses. If you’re interested, propose your potential topics for master theses before February 8. More information.