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The job-hunting platform SuperJob has published its research center’s annual ranking of Russian universities according to the size of salaries earned by young graduates in the IT industry. This year, ITMO was once again included among the top 3 – according to the data, the St. Petersburg-based university’s alumni earn an average of 200,000 rubles per month.
Another season has come to a close at ITMO Accelerator. Over the course of three months, students of various Russian universities learned how to launch and grow their startup. During the final Demo Day, they presented their ideas to an expert jury. ITMO.NEWS reports on the top five projects.
Life may have been put on hold, but we’re still applying for jobs, doing research, and studying! Here are some top-notch free online courses to support you in these endeavors and help you acquire some essential skills for the new normal.
How do you make an appealing resume? What should you say at the job interview? And what do you do if you’ve got no work experience? For this year’s ITMO.Digital.CareerWeek'20, Natalia Kolkhidashvili, the HR director at Digital Design, shared useful advice for job seekers. Find the key tips below.
Last week, ITMO University hosted Career Day, a platform for communication between employers and students. Representatives of over 20 companies gathered at ITMO University to share about their organizations and tell students about their vacancies and upcoming internships. Read on to learn more about the best employment opportunities for young specialists.
ITMO alumnus Vladimir Eremin is the head of a product management team at Veeam. His colleagues and he provide data backup services to major corporate clients. In five years, Vladimir’s career has taken him from junior analyst to the head of his own division. Speaking to ITMO.NEWS, he shares which of his university classes have paid off the most, how to find your calling, and how to act right at a job interview in the IT industry.
Working at a university can be a good start of any student’s career, and for field-specific specialists and researchers, it provides an opportunity to do interdisciplinary research and become a part of an internationally renowned research team. ITMO University has recently launched job.itmo.ru, a web portal for all prospective employees where you can quickly and efficiently find the right position, submit your application and CV, and get in touch with the associated specialist. As of now, about 400 job offers are available at the University’s various subdivisions.
Created a new CV but not sure if it’s good enough? Here are two great services to help you out. The first one has just been dropped by a global technology consultancy DataArt, who intended it for IT specialists. The second one is everybody’s helping hand.
When applying for a new job, you want to make an excellent first impression, and a nice resume can really make a difference. All you have to do is to put your strengths and achievements in a good light. Here are some great template-based apps that can give your resume a professional edge.
Last week, ITMO University launched a major career event, ITMO.City of Professions. 24 companies presented their job opportunities and invited students to take part in various interactive activities. For example, Tinkoff Bank offered participants to play a turn-based strategy game in which you have to write a code in order to develop units. ITMO.City of Professions brought together companies specializing in five fields: photonics , engineering and robotics, management and innovations, food biotechnologies, and IT. ITMO.NEWS writes about the most interesting opportunities for students.