Bocconi&Jobs is your chance to interact directly with Employers both on campus and online, find out about internship and job opportunities and submit your applications
Finance, Insurance, Banking, Auditing, Consulting, Tax and Legal, Industrial and Consumer Goods and Services are all represented during the event.

Bocconi&Jobs is dedicated exclusively to students and graduates up to one year after graduation from the Undergraduate School and up to three years after graduation from the Graduate and Law School. 

What to expect?

The autumn edition of the event will be hybrid and it will be structured in: 

  • preview days (24-26 November), during which you can access the online platform to better prepare for meetings with the Employers and get to know the available internship and job opportunities; 
  • online webinars dedicated to the Employers participating on campus (24 and 25 November) and online (28 November); 
  • online meetings (28 November, from 10.00am to 5.00pm CET), during which you can interact one-to-one with Employers via chat, call and video call; 
  • on campusmeetings (29 and 30 November, from 10.00am to 5.00pm CET) during which you can interact one-to-one with Employers from all business fields; 
  • extra application days (until 8 December) during which you can continue to apply for the opportunities advertised online. 

Click here to see which Employers will join each of the event phase and check below the presentations' schedule.

How to participate

Registration is mandatory to join the event. You will be able to register from the dedicated button on the top of this webpage until 23 November, 11.59pm CET. 

Please note that the venue’s capacity is reduced and to join the on campus meetings with the Employers you will have to register for one of the following time slots for each day of attendance (29 and/or 30 November)

  • from 10.00am to 12.00pm CET
  • from 12.30pm to 2.30pm CET
  • from 3.00pm to 5.00pm CET

Get ready and join: a few tips for you

  • Carefully read all the materials you have at your disposal to get ready for each of the event phases.
  • Take advantage of all the employment guidance initiatives organized by the Career Services to get prepared for the event (e.g. the seminar "Get Ready for Bocconi&Jobs" of 18 November), revise your CV, effectively apply and achieve your professional objective (e.g. e-learning courses available 24/7 on yoU@B and BBoard and other dedicated services).
  • Make sure your LinkedIn profile is on point (you could share it together with your resume in the registration form).
  • Be open to all the opportunities that participating Employers may have to offer.
  • When interacting with recruiters, ask meaningful questions and showcase your best elevator pitch.
  • Don’t forget that the dress code is business casual.
  • If you join online, make sure you have a good Internet connection before accessing the event (the system is mobile responsive, but a PC will provide a much more inclusive overview).

If you need further information, please contact