As winners of the popular vote at the Arctic15, we provided some free advertisement vouchers to Graduateland as a reward. In the coming months you’ll find we’ll cover a variety of topics on Graduateland’s service.
It seems strange to introduce the winner of a popular vote, but for those of you unfamiliar with Graduateland, they’re a career portal for European students and recent graduates that facilitates the connections between students, universities, and employers. Graduateland is designed for employers to find ideal candidates, but the service is also built from an advanced crawler engine that synchronizes with large employers’ career websites. Around mid November, Graduateland welcomed user number 65 000, which has made them the largest career portal for students in Europe.
Students and graduates using Graduateland can create their user profile, register education and work experience, and upload a CV to increase their chances of being headhunted by employers. Further, students and graduates can browse 40.000+ jobs, 10.000+ internships and 500+ graduate programmes across Europe, and apply directly to the positions. Students can follow companies through their personal profiles to always be in-the-know when a new position is advertised, and also save searches so they don’t have to put in the same job search filters over and over again.
Employers can administer updates via their employer profile, upload jobs, run campaigns, and track interactions with Graduateland Analytics. This is done through the SaaS solution, Graduateland Recruiter. It is completely free to employers and everything can be handled online.
As a solution for universities, Graduateland Gateway is a career portal that can easily be implemented on a university’s website. By implementing a Graduateland Gateway, a university can provide students and alumni with a state-of-the-art career portal and an international network of universities and employers.
To get more of an overview of the service, watch Graduateland’s pitch at the Arctic15 competition below, or head over to their website.
This article is part of a series of sponsored posts for Graduateland as a prize for winning the popular vote at the Arctic15