On April 21st, Lifesum hosted an evening event together with Project Destination. The participants were 30 chosen students within the areas of business and tech. The event was held at Lifesum’s playful office characterized by a strong entrepreneurial spirit and a noticeable start-up feeling.
With nearly 75 years of history, Kinnarps is a market leader within the furniture and interior design industry with 2400 employees and customers worldwide in over 40 countries. Kinnarps are specialized within office furniture and continuously strive to form creative and organic environments, as they truly believe the working environment impacts the people in an organization.
February 27th Spotify and Project Destination joined forces for an awesome full day of case solving where business and tech students were combined. If you sometime wonder what a creative atmosphere is like, you should have been there. The 40 students that had the chance to participate had background in either business, programming or human computer interaction.
On the 24th of February 30 lucky students, selected from mechatronics based programs, got the opportunity to visit the main sponsor Atlas Copco’s one of a kind headquarters as the most popular event of former year was reintroduced, Speed Dating with Atlas Copco. The students met up in the lobby at Sickla Industriväg and were treated to a tour in the tunnel like corridors below the headquarters.
February 15th EY hosted a recruiting event in cooperation with Project Destination. The attendances were 20 chosen students that all had the chance to participate in this interactive evening. The evening included case solving, dinner, boule and mingle with consultants from EY. During this event, EY was in the search of management consultants and hoped to establish contact with potential future employees within IT Risk and Assurance.
On February 12th, Atlas Copco came back to KTH and held their second event of year
together with Project Destination. Having already gotten the students aboard on
opportunities for summer internship and master thesis it was time to go deeper on one
of Atlas Copco’s core values; Innovation.
There to give the students an insight in the vitality of innovation at Atlas Copco was Tightening Technique Manager Maria Södergren and HR Controller Leena Larsson.
February 10th ELU payed KTH a visit to conduct a lunch seminar about their prestigious project Nya Slussen in cooperation with Project Destination. With more than 100 interested students the CEO Charlotte Bergman wished everyone welcome and introduced ELU as well as the company representatives Dan Svensson, Head of Civil Engineering Department and Gary Axelsson, Head of Geotechnical Department. Both Dan and Gary are involved in the rebuilding project of Slussen.
The company AB Atlas was founded back in 1873, starting to manufacture material for the railways. More than a hundred years later they acquired the Belgian company Airpic Engineering NV and the now day existing company name was born, Atlas Copco. Today the company works within a lot of different areas, among these are industrial techniques, construction techniques and compressor techniques. On January 28th, 122 students from KTH got the opportunity to meet Atlas Copco during a lunch presentation arranged in cooperation with Project Destination.
Last Wednesday, the small consulting firm CAE Value visited Campus Valhallavägen for an introduction to Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) and Multi-disciplinary Design Optimization (MDO). Their moto is to “try to create a stimulating environment for the brightest people to stimulate them to become the best”. They arrived for the evening event with five representatives, the CEO, two sales managers and the two employees from the Stockholm office. Their ambition was to meet engineering students that within the coming years could be employed as part of their expansion of the Stockholm office.
”Have you visited Aftonbladet today? Have you ever bought something through Blocket?” Ebba asked the students before starting the presentation, and almost everyone raised their hand. “Great! Then you have all been using our services!” she said. Ebba Linde has been assistant product manager at Schibsted since September of this year and is part of the 2014 Management Trainee team. During her 14 months at the company, she has already been positioned in Sweden, Norway and France.
The project consists of a team of talented students, selected to organize custom events that help students at KTH to discover international opportunities.
We want to create a successful platform where students and companies are matched together, in order to inspire driven students to pursue international careers.
The events are tailored to connect the needs of the companies with the competence of the students. Our wide network enables us to reach students from all programs at KTH.
Vice Project Manager &
Finance & International Relations