The Long Night of Careers @ USI

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The Long Night of Careers (LNoC) is a national event with a varied and interactive program related to the career topic, organized by the Career Service in partnership with employers, professionals, alumni and professors.

The event, targeted to all students and Alumni of Bachelor's, Master's and Doctoral students of Swiss universities, allows to spend a whole evening focusing on their professional futures. The Long Night of Careers is the occasion to gather ideas, meeting potential employers in an informal setting, forging contacts and honing your candidature skills.

During the event several activities are organized: workshops, round tables, CV counsellings, dossier & Mock interview labs, contests, a Job Gallery Walk, but also Interactive Games together with companies to address the issues related to careers in a new way, direct and informal way.

The 9th edition took place last 18 April 2024. You can find below some key figures, check out the photo gallery here  and the website of the event for all the details here

Are you interested to participate in the 2025 edition? Write us here

 

Long Night of Careers 2024 - Key figures:

Companies

58

Professionals

245 (67 Alumni)

Students

550+

Student Angels

105

USI Professors

29

Sponsors

37 (10 platinum, 17 Gold, 10 Silver)

Events

233

99 Job Gallery Walks

25 workshops Meet the company

54 CV Checks

40 Company Corners

12 Extras

1 Welcome session

1 Networking Apero Dinner with 275 participants

1 After Party

 

 

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Events
22
July
2024
22.
07.
2024
30
July
2024
30.
07.
2024
01
August
2024
01.
08.
2024
13
August
2024
13.
08.
2024

Cinema and Audiovisual Futures Conference 2024

Faculty of Communication, Culture and Society

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Faculty of Communication, Culture and Society
14
August
2024
14.
08.
2024

The Future of Survival Public Event: Digital Migrations

Faculty of Communication, Culture and Society