Preparation, Tips & FAQ

Event to prepare for the fair

To ensure that you are well prepared for the fair and come out of it ready for your future application processes, we will once again cover all topics related to applications: 

- Do's and don'ts when applying, especially the CV 
- Job interviews and short interviews 
- Preparation and follow-up of a career fair

Date:  18 May 2022, 16:00–17:30 CET 
Speaker: Cherry Kent (The Art of Employability)
In cooperation with: EURES & International Office

Registration

 

Tips for the career fair preparation and its follow-up

Here you can find our tips to help you prepare for the fair! Concerning your application photo, our career portal and our events for the fair preparation. It's worth to take a look!

Tips & Checklist English  

Frequently Asked Questions

General Questions

Does the participation with the fair cost anything?

No, the participation is free for all students/visitors!

For which disciplines is the campus fair suitable?

We make sure that there is something for every discipline. Even if you don't find a position that is interesting for you, you are still welcome to take advantage of the rest of the programme we offer during the fair. No matter if you're looking for a job, come by and have a great time!

I am studying at another university, or I am simply not studying at Uni Saarland anymore. Can I still take part?

Clearly yes!

Do I have to register beforehand?

No. Just come by!

What additional offers at the fair are there?

Free, professional application photos, CV-Checks, useful keynote speeches by our exhibitors and fun activities: We have a lot to offer in our pgroamme. You can find an overview unter "Events and Activities" soon.

Is there a dresscode?

In general, we say "Come as you are!". To get informed about companies informally you don't have to wear a suit. Neat and clean clothes should be enough. If you want to apply for a certain internship or a job, you should probably at least wear a shirt or a blouse and proper trousers. Here your knowledge of the industry is asked: Computer scientists often arrive with a shirt and trainers, whereas economists mostly dress more neatly and properly, often with a tie, a jacket and more elegant shoes.