The EOS Businessclub is an exclusive Business platform for members of Faculty Association EOS. Through career oriented activities, organized in collaboration with external partners, the Businessclub aims to support students in the development of their professional skills and to build a bridge between the student and the labor market.
Every month one or two activities are organized for the members of the Businessclub. These activities vary from trainings to improve professional skills, to inhouse days to get in touch with potential employers. Various masterclasses, workshops and other career oriented activities are also being organized. In this way, there are relevant activities for each student.
As a member, you do not have to be present at every activity. You choose which activities are relevant for you and sign up for them yourself. Are you a bachelor student and do you want to work on your professional skills? Then sign up for one of the many training courses and workshops! Are you a master student and would you like more contact with interesting companies? Then come to one of the many inhouse days or to the Career Market during the FSS Career Week.
The registrations for the EOS Businessclub are open! Register before the first of November 2019 by clicking on this link. Fill in the form and you will soon hear from us whether you have been admitted to the EOS Businessclub.
If I register, do I have to go to all the activities?
No, if you sign up, you become a member of the Businessclub. As a member of the Businessclub, you decide for yourself which activities are relevant for you and for which activities you will register.
Do I have to be an EOS member?
To become a member of the Businessclub, you must be a member of EOS. For only €15 per year, you get access to all the benefits of EOS, including the Businessclub! Join EOS via this link.
Do the activities cost money?
No, all activities can be visited free of charge by members of the Businessclub.
Do I have to follow a (pre)master to register?
No, the Businessclub is accessible for all study years and study directions.