The annual Career Week at UiO is hosted by the Career Services in collaboration with the University of Oslo. This year's career fair takes place from the 21st - 24th of September.
The fair is visited by several thousand students and recent graduates every year, and is one of the largest of its kind in Norway, with representation from the public and private sectors both. This is a unique opportunity to connect with future employees, and to showcase your business.
Does your business want to attend?
If your business wants to recieve an invitation for the Career Week at UiO 2020, please send us an e-mail with contact information to email@example.com.
You will be able to find answers to most of your questions concering the fair day under Career Week at UiO. If you have any other questions, please feel free to send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The fair hall will be open for rigging from 09.00 to 10.30. Representatives from the Career Services will be there to greet you when you arrive at the fair hall. One of our hosts will get in touch with you while you are putting up the stall to check if you need anything, and will follow up with you throughout the day. You can also find us at the Career Services’ own stall throughout the day.
The hall that will be used for the fair day is in the lovely Universitetsbiblioteket Georg Sverdrups hus, centrally located at Blindern. View a map of Blindern here
Underground lines from Oslo city centre:
- 4 Vestli through Storo
- 5 Ringen through Storo
- 5 Sognsvann
Leave the underground at Blindern station
Tram lines from the city centre:
- 17 Rikshospitalet
- 18 Rikshospitalet
Leave the tram at Universitetet Blindern
There will be free parking on the fair day at parking areas marked with the letter «S». As parking is free this day, a seperate parking approval is not necessary. Read more about parking at Blindern
Address for delivery of equipment
Georg Sverdrups hus has a loading bay that can be used for the delivery and collection of equipment.
Address for delivery of equipment:
Georg Sverdrups hus
Moltke Moes vei 39
Equipment can be delivered from 08.00 on the fair day. There is no storage space available. Consequently, all equipment has to be collected immediately after the fair is over. All equipment has to be labeled with the name of the company, as well as the name and phone number of the representive from the company. Additionally, a representative from the company has to stay behind until the equipment has been collected. This is important in order to avoid mix ups with the delivery services.
Please contact the Career Services if you have any questions.
Internet access at the fair
The hall has wireless internet access. You can find information about the network and password at the stall when you arrive.
Electricity at the stall
There will be one electric outlet available for each stall. You will have to bring all the cords you need, including extension cords, transition cords, and connecting cords between computers and projectors. From experience we know that the temperature in the hall can be quite high, and we therefore recommend that you use LED-lights and that your other equipment outside of computers and projectors does not require a lot of electricity.
Information about the stall
There are two types of stall placements, and you have already selected the place and size of your stall.
Large stall: 4.5 m. wide
Regular stall: 3 m. wide
If you have requested a table in advance, you will find it in your stall space. You will also find the name of your company and practical information about the day.
Coffee, lunch and break room
Coffee and lunch are included in the registration fee. Coffee will be served from 09.00 to 15.00. Lunch is served from 11.00 to 14.00. Information about where you can find lunch and coffee will be given on the fair day. Water dispensers will be available for all participants on both floors.
What’s happening the other days?
The Career Week at UiO 2020 is held from 21. to 24. September.
Make a good impression
At the Career Week at UiO you will meet candidates from many different study programmes, and who are in different stages of their university life. The students who visit you at your stall are curious about what it takes to get a job with you, either now or in the fututure. We therefore encourage you to think extra hard about the following when meeting the students at your stall.