ErasmusJobs: Bridging the skills gap for the Erasmus Generation


Participating in a mobility experience increases the long term employability of students. (Erasmus Impact Study 2014). However, at the same time, youth in Europe is facing huge challenges to find a job right after graduation due to the challenging labour market and the lack of skills and working experience. For employers, a mobility experience is generally considered an asset as 64% believe international experience is important, but eventually, the obtained transversal skills and knowledge are the aspects that matter the most (92%). Why are the skills gained through a mobility experience not clear and why does this lack of recognition still exist?

In response to this, the Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is launching ErasmusJobs, an Erasmus+ KA2 project, to bridge the skills gap for the Erasmus Generation. The project is a collaborative cross-European partnership between ESN, Masaryk University, LEO-NET, UNIVERSIDAD DE ALCALA, European Institute for Industrial Leadership, UNIVERSITE DE MONS, European University Foundation, Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata” and Expertise in Labour Mobility B.V.

From Education to Labour Market

ErasmusJobs project aims to bridge the skills gap and enhance the transition from education to the labour market. Building on the core principle that a mobility experience reduces long-term unemployment, the project aims to clearly identify the skills gained during a stay abroad and make those more understandable by employers. In order to achieve that, ErasmusJobs brings together many stakeholders to ensure a future of employable Erasmus+ alumni.

The project aims to identify the obtained skills and translate these to the CV and labour market. It aims to create tools to identify such skills and work on the recognition of skills with employers and the industry, to create understanding. Finally, the project intends to create a common understanding of how these skills can be mapped and raise awareness among employers.

Building on that, the project will create a platform for all involved stakeholders to advertise, recognise and recruit for specific transversal key competences. The platform, similar to, will help Erasmus+ Alumni to better advertise skills gained through a mobility experience, volunteering, or other non-formal learning.

Training Toolkit and Best Practices

Further aiming to increase the impact, the project will implement a training toolkit for the various stakeholders involved. The toolkit will further ensure that students are aware of their skills, raise awareness in the industry, support career offices and promote the various outcomes of the project through training content.

Finally, the ErasmusJobs project will work to translate all the outcomes of the research, competency profile and skills mapping, to easily understand and implement best practices. A final conference will be organized in Brussels to launch the Job platform of the Erasmus Generation. Several trainings for university staff will be organised, to equip them with the knowledge on how to identify and promote the skills gained by university students through informal learning.

Campus&Leaders&Talents 2019: Tor Vergata’s Career Day


Wednesday, October 23 – starting at 10.00 am – Tor Vergata University of Rome opens its doors to all the leading companies in Italy for the 12th edition of Campus&Leaders&Talents, the Career Day of Tor Vergata’s School of Economics.

This free event, created with the collaboration of the Placement Tor Vergata, Alet Association and DeskImprese Graduate Office, is an opportunity that the University offers to all students and graduates Roman and central-southern universities.

In these 12 years more than ten thousand students and graduates have made themselves known and appreciated by the numerous and prestigious companies that have joined the initiative.

A Sustainable Event

Also during the 2019 edition of Campus&Leaders&Talents, in line with the University’s mission and vision, Tor Vergata will remain faithful to its sustainable soul, presenting itself in a green & paperless way, in the name of innovation and environmental protection: to participate, simply upload the CV on the dedicated page.

After uploading your CV, you will receive a personal QR Code that will allow recruiters to view and save each candidate’s profile on their device. In this way the use of the CV printing will be limited.

Workshops, Seminars and Interviews

To make the event even richer and more formative for young graduates and undergraduates, the opportunity to participate in work orientation seminars, presentation meetings, workshops and selection interviews with the human resources managers of the partner companies with the story of experiences and case histories.

Young graduates and undergraduates will have the opportunity to participate in work orientation seminars, presentation meetings, workshops and selection interviews with the human resources managers of the partner companies, with experiences and case histories.

Prepare an Effective CV

If you are looking to prepare an effective curriculum before meeting with the companies on October 23rd don’t miss the event we offer on Tuesday, October 22nd, at 4:00 pm (Aula TL, Faculty of Economics, Via Columbia 2): the CV Lab seminar Waiting for Campus&Leaders&Talents during which Jobadvisor will provide valuable advice, including how to best address the interview.

🔎 Event Info

When: 23 October 10.00am
Where: School of Economics – Via Columbia 2, 00133 Roma.

Partecipating Companies

Accenture, Acea, ACPSystem, Ald Automotive, Alleanza Assicurazioni, Angelini, Ariston Thermo Group, Arkema, Arthur D. Little, Atos, Be Consulting, BGP, BNP Paribas, Capgemini, Catalent,, Crowe, Deloitte, DXC Technology, Excellence Consulting, EY, Fater, Iberdrola, ISED, Lidl, Lottomatica, Masters for economic accounting professions, Mazars, Mercer, Novartis, P&G, Poste Italiane, Prometeia, PwC, SACE-Simest, Whirlpool, Wind Tre, ZTE.

For more information, visit the official Facebook page and the social media channels of the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”.

Open Day and Career Day for Future Students and Job Seekers

Open Day and Career Day for Future Students and Job Seekers

On April 9th Tor Vergata will host two important events for both future students and job seeking graduates:

– an Open Day dedicated to Master’s degrees, Masters courses and PhD
– and the ALITUR Career Day for students/graduates in Economics and Engineering.

Open Day: info on Master’s and PhD courses

The Open Day for Graduate and Postgraduate Degrees is dedicated to students of Economics and Engineering: info on the courses and the possible employment opportunities offered by the Master’s Degree Courses, Master’s and Doctorate programs.

Open Day Program

09:30 – 17:30
Career Day: XXVII edition of the University-Work Forum of Alitur

10:00 – 13:00
presentation of the Teaching Training Offer, of the Doctorates and of the Engineering Masters.

14:00 – 17:30
presentation of the Master Course and Economics Master programmes.

Career Day “Forum Università-Lavoro”

The “Forum Università-Lavoro” is a yearly Career Day – organised by Tor Vergata’s alumni association ALITUR – dedicated to students of all faculties.

If you are a graduate student or have just graduated, this could be your chance to meet HR from the 60+ companies participating.

For more information visit the site, register for the event and upload your CV.

The career day will take place at the Macro Area of Engineering of the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Educational building, at 9.30 am – 5.30 pm.

Don’t forget to bring your CV (in paper and digital form).