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69 May 2014
Berlin, Berlin, Germany
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connecticum is one of the major job fairs for students and graduates worldwide and takes place in Berlin once a year. From all over Germany, Europe and Asia, graduates and young professionals come to connecticum in Berlin to get informed about latest and future career opportunities with the most interesting and exciting employers.
Every year around 400 renowned and well-respected employers of all sizes and industries introduce themselves to our national and international young academics. Hardly any other job fair offers such a large number and variety of attractive employers - starting from the big players over to the hidden champions to the new, young and successful start-ups.

All over Germany, connecticum is one of the most popular and most important career forum; especially for engineers, computer scientists and economists. The majority of visitors participate due to recommendations from friends, fellow students or professors.

The major subjects at the job fair are business, engineering and information technology. The entrance is free!