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AAU Career E-learning

Online course about job and career

In your own pace and through the stages you find suiting, you can become more knowledgeable on the steps you can and sometimes have to take – from the initiate steps of identifying what you even want to do to your first day at work. Find it on Moodle.

Go to AAU Career E-learning in Moodle

AAU Career E-learning

Online course about job and career

In your own pace and through the stages you find suiting, you can become more knowledgeable on the steps you can and sometimes have to take – from the initiate steps of identifying what you even want to do to your first day at work. Find it on Moodle.

Go to AAU Career E-learning in Moodle

What will I gain from taking the course?

The course will take you through all the themes you have to go through when working with your career. We have made it as easy for you as possible. “All” you have to do is to follow the guided tour we have planned for you.

The course contains both great knowledge and exercises where you develop your own knowledge.

You can jump as much around as you like to – but we recommend that you complete the whole course. Then, the pieces of the jigsaw will make a meaningful and complete picture.

Making things “as easy as possible” is, unfortunately, not easy per se. You have to do the work. What we have done is to structure the course and chop it into edible bites that make it easier to manage. When you have done the work, you will be able to take action and get started with “careering”.

Who can take the course?

All students at AAU with a valid AAU-login can attend the course.

When graduating, you will be able to attend up to 3 months after your final exam. That is when your login expires.

 

What does the course consist of?

The course comes in 2 parts.

You can go through the entire course or only take what makes sense to you right now. You can always come back later and continue.

Part 1: Your career profile

This part contains 5 main topics:

1. Introduction:
What is a career? Moreover, what is it to you?

2. Your competencies:
What is a competency? And how do you put them into words?

3. Your values and motivation:
What are you passionate about? What are your personal strengths?

4. Your career profile:
How to create a good (online) profile

5. Danish working culture:
Living, studying, and working in Denmark

Part 2: Your career plan

NB: STILL IN DEVELOPMENT.

This part contains 2 topics:

1. Your career possiblities:
How do you read a job ad? Where can I find the ”hidden” jobs?

2. Your career plan:
How do I make a good CV, cover letter, and LinkedIn profile?

Get a guidance session with AAU Career

Throughout your time as a student at AAU, you can get free career guidance on everything to do with your career. You may be in doubt about what you can do with your education, how you can put your competencies into words, or perhaps you need professional eyes on your CV.

Contact the career counsellors and have a chat about exactly what you need.