We have gathered the most common questions and answers on this website.
There are almost 13 000 students at KTH. If you are interested in getting in contact with them for advertisement of job positions, thesis-work or other types of event, you can look at the link below where KTH has gathered a list of possible contact ways.
We arrange lunch seminars/webinars with a focus on preparing you for applying for jobs and your future professional role. We also have drop in sessions several times each semester. There you can get help with your CV, cover letter and prepare for job interviews. We also offer individual career coaching.
If you need support to get started with applying for jobs, or you have hit a wall when applying and need help to find new ways, you can book career coaching at KTH Career. You can get help with improving your CV, cover letter and prepare yourself for job interviews or other types of questions related to your career.
When your studies are about to finish, many questions may appear; what can I work with after my studies, which position suits me, and how should I apply for jobs? On the link below we have gathered some useful tips and summarized KTH's latest Career survey from 2018.
Working during your studies or participating in a trainee program is a great way to start getting experience and make some extra money. We have gathered a list of good websites that you can use when you are looking for jobs on the link below.
On the links below, we have gathered important tips and exercises to help you to write your CV and cover letter. Our exercises will also make you reflect on your previous experiences and factors that have influenced your life choices.
Before the interview it is important that you prepare yourself. Answer the most common questions before the interview in writing can help you during the interview. Find important tips to help you before your job interview on the link below.
Your network is usually bigger than you might think, and it is worth a lot when you are looking for a job. On the link below we have gathered tips and exercises on how you can identify your network and expand it, for example by using LinkedIn.
A case interview will test your skills and competencies, designed to help the employer to see how you will act in a work situation. It is not important to get the right solution; the most important thing for the employer is to see how you manage a problem. Employers have stated that they look at these skills and competencies during a case interview:
Ability to structure a problem
Being able to prioritize the important parts
Be able to ask relevant questions and make your own assumptions
Have the ability to push the solution forward
To keep calm and focused
You can find examples and more tips on the internet, and there are many books written on the subject as well.
Career fairs are for those who want to meet companies and get in contact with the industry before graduation. The career fairs are organized by KTH's student union THS. Below you will find a list of the biggest career fairs and events that take place on campus.
The Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers are experts on occupational and working conditions and is the biggest union for engineers in Sweden.
If you are a member in The Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers,
you can get access to salary statistics that is based on 70 000 engineers. You can find information about current conditions on the link below.