The most popular student contact and recruitment event in Tampere since 1991.
City centre campus 5.2.2020
Hervanta Campus 6.2.2020
Yrityspäivät job fair is Finland’s largest networking and recruitment event for university students. Every year over a hundred companies attend the event to find motivated students.
You can come meet the companies at the University of Tampere main building and at the Tampere University of Technology campus. You can find Yrityspäivät on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
5.2.2020 from 10.00 to 16.00 at the City centre campus of Tampere University.
6.2.2020 from 10.00 to 16.00 at the Hervanta Campus of Tampere University
Also remember the Job Search Theme Week in January 2020!
Start your career path at Yrityspäivät!
Job Search Theme Week
Even the best employee can be left unnoticed if the job seeking skills are not on point. During the Job Search Theme Week, you will gain rock hard job seeking skills and the employers will most certainly notice you! Tips and assistance are provided on, for example, how to ace in building your CV, how to gain stellar self-branding skills and how to charm the interviewers. By participating in the Theme week program, you are one step closer to your dream job!
Come and get to know the companies even better during the Info Sessions. During the 20 minutes, the companies will present the company culture, open positions and recruitment practices.
Workshops are a great way to get to know the company and see how they work in interactive workshop. The pre-selected theme and the limited number of participants will give you an opportunity to get acquainted with the company’s ways to work.
Read some awesome career stories!
Story 1 - Lucas Machado
1. What is the study program you graduated from?
I graduated from the Master’s Degree Program in Software Development at Tampere University.
2. Where are you currently working and what is your work position? How did you discover this position?
I am now working full time as a System Specialist for Demola Global, and part time as a Project Researcher for Tampere University.
I was an exchange student in University of Tampere during 2013-2014 and in that period I participated in a summer job for Demola for a Ministry of Education challenge which was very successful. That allowed me to build a good professional network in Tampere, and even though I had to come back to Brazil for a few years, I kept nourishing those connections. When they knew that I returned to Finland in 2017, they invited me to work with them.
The part time job as a Researcher at the University I got as a result of my Master’s thesis. The topic is interesting in the research community and my work got published, so my supervisor invited me to extend it.
3. What kind of skills and competence did you get from studies and/or exchange etc. that have benefited you in working life?
I would say the most important skills for every kind of work are working in teams, ability to multitask, committing to deadlines, giving presentations and being able to effectively find information on literature and internet.
More specifically to my current work, Big data is a hot topic and the courses I had at the university helped me to have several applicable insights, especially when together with Information Visualization.
4. How would you describe the significance that your past summer job experiences and your thesis work have had on your career?
They were very important and had direct influence in my career. I got my current job in Demola because of the networking I built during my summer job in 2014. The topic of my thesis – Recommender Systems for Team formation – was inspired by Demola and recently also got me this research position at the university, in which I’m extending my thesis work.
Story 2 - Józefina Karinen
1. What is the study program you graduated from?
I have graduated from Industrial Engineering and Management, majoring in International Sales and sourcing. My previous academic background is in Production Engineering.
2. Where are you currently working and what is your work position?
I am working as a Supply Chain Engineer at a nanotechnology company, Beneq Oy. We develop industrial coating equipment and technologies for the needs of industry.
3. How would you describe the significance that your past summer job experiences on your career?
I have conducted several internships without giving it much thought beforehand. Turns out, they really shaped my career. I started out as an intern performing various lean related activities, went on to assisting in export processes, after which I ended up in procurement (all in three different companies). Now I am responsible for procurement and logistic operations, and part of various innovation projects within the company.
4. What kind of skills and competence did you get from studies that have benefited you in working life?
For starters, studying in various international environments benefited me a lot. It taught me there are different ways to approach business problems and each view brings in value. I also found practicing agile thinking very valuable, and learnt it is important to always question current ways of doing things. Especially I would say the best thing I have gained during my studies is the confidence in myself and the value I bring to the company.
Find the future talents at Yrityspäivät!
How to participate in Yrityspäivät?
Companies can participate with an exhibition stand the size of their choosing for one or two days. You can bring your own stand or rent one for an affordable price. You can order custom constructions directly from our exhibition contractor Expotec.
Do you want to interview a student on the spot but in quiet and away from the hustle and bustle of the fair? We offer our multi-purpose interview space for you to utilize. You can talk and interview the students you have met at the fair right away.
This is a great opportunity to present, for example, your company culture, open positions and recruitment practices in detail. These 20 minute pre-booked info sessions are held in quiet lecture halls in the immediate vicinity of the fair.
Students can read about the participating companies as well as get information on their recruitment needs in advance in the exhibition publication. The publication also includes articles related to job search. Companies have the opportunity to purchase an advertisement in the publication.
Companies have an opportunity to stand out even better on our website. Our purchasable enhanced online visibility includes a sponsored spot on our website at the top of the list of the companies participating and a black and white logo in the logo carousel on the right-hand side of the website.
You can organize a two-hour workshop and give the students a more concrete picture of your company and its functions. And while you are at it, you can network with potential jobseekers. If needed, Demola Tampere will help you brainstorm for the workshop. Please be aware that only a limited number of workshops spaces are available so book yours early.