As part of the Raadzaal Lecture Programme entitled “Finding a Home for your Talent”, World Class students will engage in an informal debate with the International Community Platform. How can we connect the World Class students with the professional work field?
World Class The Hague offers students access to special masterclasses and events in the field of international relations, peace and justice. This masterclass, together with the International Community Platform (ICP), students can engage in an informal debate on how to link talent to the professional work field. What are the shared challenges? Together they take action to discuss topics relevant for international employees and young professionals. The aim is to build skills in professional development. World Class is an initiative of the Municipality of The Hague to strengthen the links between the City of Peace and Justice and its students. Each year The Hague University of Applied Sciences, Inholland University of Applied Sciences The Hague, Leiden University (Campus The Hague), Royal Conservatoire The Hague, Royal Academy of Art and the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) select twenty third- or fourth-year students to participate in this unique programme.
Join in the debate to find out more about linking talented students with the professional works field
TIME: 15:00 -16:00
LOCATION: RAADZAAL UPSTAIRS (The Hague Council Chambers)
This is one of a series of free lectures entitled “Finding a home for your talent” which form part of the Talent Hub presentations of the 2020 Fair. You can view the full programme below:
Raadzaal Lecture Series
12:00 Inventing the Future of Education
By Etienne F. Augé, Principle Lecturer, Erasmus University of Rotterdam
13:00 Eurojust: Criminal Justice Across Borders
By Lousewies van der Laan, Head of Corporate Affairs, Eurojust
14:00 Careers in Intergovernmental Organisations
By Organisation for Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW)
15:00 Informal Debate: How can we connect World Class students with the professional work field?
By Students from World Class The Hague and International Community Platform (ICP)
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