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On November 9 and 10, the International University of Monaco hosted International Business Days 2016, which included workshops specifically designed to support the internship-job search efforts of students and alumni. The topic was “Shaping your international career path”.
One of the main sessions during the event was “Discovering Monaco opportunities”, which focused on helping students and alumni understand the Monaco economy and its very specific job market. Main topics included how to set up a business in the Principality, acquiring a Visa and work permit, and the expanding shipping industry.
The two-day event gathered around 60 companies, including UBS, Piaget, Nielsen, Frost & Sullivan, BDDO, CONNECT DG, Banque Edmond de Rothschild, PUMA, SEVENDOTS, and 300 students and alumni on the Monaco campus. “Speed biz dating” sessions were also organised.
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