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I worked at ZHAW part-time (More than 3 years)RecommendsPositive OutlookRecommendsPositive Outlook
Great people, work was mostly interesting, not always the same, you could actually do what every you wanted which is cool. People are interesting and eager to lern a lifetime.
Salary is awesome
Worked for the Department "School of Management and Law".
You can't really make a career without a doctor degree. It's a one way path since you don't really gain real working experience. Except you move from Uni to a data analysis job but when going to applied marketing for example you have no experience.
An other con is that there was no money for nothing. We had to look for money all the time. That means you end up writing applications instead of doing something cool!
Advice to Management
More focus. There was no clear vision. Provide money.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 5 days – interviewed at ZHAW (Winterthur (Switzerland)).
The hiring process is about sending in your CV and resume to the ZHAW Master Research Unit either via postal or via electronic mail. After getting a positive answer on the mail a personal interview with your Master Research Unit leader and Advisor is scheduled. They tell you first in a short presentation how the work will look like. Then you are asked about yourself, your qualifications and your interest in ZHAW and how you fit into the team.
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The ZHAW is one of the leading universities of applied sciences in Switzerland. Teaching, research, continuing education, consulting and other services are both scientifically based and practice-oriented. Graduates of the ZHAW hold their own on national and international markets and in the intercultural working world.
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