Here are some examples of how you can create a personal profile in many different ways:
Choice of courses and projects
When you have the possibility to chose elective courses, projects and specialisations, you should consider how these will complement or deepen the skills and competencies you have already developed.
Are there for example any areas where you would like to develop your knowledge or practical skills? In terms of elective courses, you can also apply for a course at another university.
Read more about pre-approval for courses here.
Studying abroad is both academically and personally evolving, and can give you a unique academic profile, language skills, intercultural awareness and an international network for life. Many employers value international experience.
Read more about studying abroad here.
Collaborating with a company
Collaborating with a company during your studies is an excellent way to learn about the job market, enhance your network and develop and practice your skills.
Read more about collaborating with companies here.