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Employment Professional Nebrija

Nebrija, second Spanish university in employability and first in teaching.

Nebrija University is at the head of Spanish universities in the field of teaching, according to the latest edition of the U-Ranking, the classification made by the Valencian Institute of Economic Research (Ivie) and the BBVA Foundation, one of the rankings with greater recognition at the national level. Nebrija occupies the first position in the teaching activity together Mondragón Unibersitatea, Deusto, Navarra and the Polytechnic University of Valencia.


Both for our students and for members of the Alumni Nebrija Club

We offer you Access to job opportunities and personalized advice to access professional opportunities that fit your profile and we act as intermediaries between you and the company to facilitate the incorporation process.

How do we do it?

We put you in contact with a counselor to get to know you, identify your interests and start a training process with you. We check your CV and, if necessary, propose improvements.

Talent and Employment Forums

The department of professional careers annually organizes a talent and employment forum in each of the schools, an activity that offers students the opportunity to approach companies and learn about the main demands of the labor market.

Brands such as 3M, Uría Menéndez, Codeactivos, Decathlon, Deloitte, Despacho García Montes, Eurostars, Ey, Hays, Kiabi, Leroy Merlin, Manos Unidas, Mercadona, Pepe Jeans, Pérez-Llorca, Roca Abogados, Unespa and Nfoque Executive Search, Ogilvy, RTVE, APM, Atresmedia, Iberdrola, Repsol, Banco Santander, Grupo Educare, British Council, Instituto Cervantes, Altran, Accenture, Ikea, among others, take part. They come to Nebrija to meet and advise students in their first contacts with the professional world, giving students the opportunity to submit their CVs to those companies that most interested them and to know the initiatives carried out by each of them in the scope of the internships.

23rd Nebrija Employment Forum (2018):