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10 May 2017
The fourth edition of Career Day was held in Beijing, dedicated to young people looking to work in China.

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11 November 2016
The campus recruiting event will be held the 16th November. Update your CV and register to get in touch with companies looking for candidates with an international profile.

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9 May 2016
Data from AlmaLaurea’s 2016 Report confirm that women graduates with children, notwithstanding their brilliant university performance, have less chances of finding employment in the job market.

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29 June 2015
Conversation with James Whelton, Managing Director of NEU Professionals, international recruiting company involved in the professional relocation of European medical professionals.

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28 April 2015
The 16th AlmaLaurea Report on Graduates' Employment Conditions includes an analysis of pay differentials according to the geographical location of employed graduates.

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24 March 2015
Valentina Baù graduated in 2005 at the University of Perugia. With two masters in the UK, she worked in Angola and Mozambique. Today she lives in Australia where she was awarded a PhD Scholarship.

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17 March 2015
Andrea Cubattoli holds a degree with honours from the International Laurea Magistrale in Architectural Design.

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9 March 2015
Yeltay Rachmanov is a surgeon and researcher, he comes from Kazakhstan. He obtained a Preventive and Adaptive Sport Disciplines Degree from the University of L’Aquila by taking part in the Erasmus Mundus Programme.

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27 June 2013
Mr Anthony P. Carnevale, Director and Research Professor of the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce.
Nicole Smith
Nicole Smith

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26 March 2013
Interview with Nicole Smith of the Center on Education and Workforce at Georgetown University, Washington. Video interview.

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9 January 2013
Bologna, January 9th to 11th: beginning of cooperation with the Armenian Government, Universities, students and business world to promote the entry of young graduates into the job market and disseminate the evaluation culture within the academic world.

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9 July 2012
Interview with Hans Peter Blossfeld, on the role of academic education in Germany and in Europe. "AlmaLaurea? It is a fantastic project".

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9 July 2012
Interview with Giusella Finocchiaro, lawyer, Italian correspondent for the European Commission and Italian representative at United Nations Commission on International Trade Law.

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26 March 2012
It is called Islah (“reform” in Arabic) and it is an international project for the establishment of a database containing the graduates’ CV’s on the basis of the one already implemented by AlmaLaurea.

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26 March 2012
Some countries are more affected by the crisis than others, and Italy is among them. This is the opinion of Kate Purcell, from the Istitute for Employment Research, University of Warwick.

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26 March 2012
Interview with Adriana Jaramillo (Marseille Center for Mediterranean Integration and World Bank): “After Morocco we are now discussing with Tunisia how to export the system there”.
E. King during the interview
E. King during the interview

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12 March 2012
Interview with Elizabeth King, Director of Education in the Human Development Network of the World Bank. Video interview.

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24 May 2011
Ilan Chet, Union for the Mediterranean, speaks on the future of the Consortium in Europe and beyond.

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14 February 2011
Interview with Zaher Benabdallah, president of the University of Meknes: “AlmaLaurea is a very important step to keep up with the European policies on education”

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14 February 2009
A study carried out by M.F Bagues and M. Sylos Labini, presented at the National Bureau of Economic Research, shows the advantages of AlmaLaurea for graduates.