Coming into the job market starts very early, during your time of studies and the first few years after graduation. Questions like; “what do I have to do, at the beginning of my career to have a competitive advantage?” “How can I build on my strengths and use them to my benefit?” or other like “How do I create my career path?” “How and where do I look for work?” “How can I plan my future?” “Is there a way to compare myself to others in my respected field, if so where do I stand?” “What does the expert market require?” “What’s the best way to build a professional CV?” or just “What skills do I shape and which ones do I eliminate?”


We will meet and find a solution to all these questions. Our career counselling, is designed to provide you with the tools, and knowledge, you will require in attaining your goals, as well as diagnosis and support. Together, across 2 meetings we will tell you the answers, planning out further steps to help you in the job market. We will also use the opportunities offered by new technologies and together via email or telephone we will write new application documents. Suggesting the best mode of action and share with you, trade secrets, in the knowledge of the labour market which will help you succeed.

Sample counselling and its advice:

  • Meeting with counsellor (1.5-2h)
  • Determining goals and needs
  • Diagnosis and assessment of developments
  • Diagnosing existing and missing competencies to achieve your objectives
  • Defining desired employers
  • Create a new resume and LM to selected employers
  • Second meeting with counsellor (1.5-2h)
  • Conducting a practice interview
  • Understanding the” in’s and out’s” of a recruiting agency
  • Getting to know the operations of a candidate database
  • Why and how to use social networking sites
  • Support after the process (phone/mail – up to 6 contacts)

What you get:

  • Knowledge of your strengths
  • Knowledge of the different possibilities related to the labour market
  • Information on the possible schools where you will be able to develop your talents
  • Awareness and an action plan towards strengthening your weaknesses
  • Suggest directions in which you can develop your true potential
  • Self-confidence – a first step for the future
  • Understanding the labour market
  • A basic understanding of the current situation of the labour market