Date: Tuesday 12th June 2018
Time: 10am – 12pm
Venue: Cité de la Mer
Allée du Président Menut
On 12th of June 2018, ETIP Ocean organized a student/company brokerage event at the International Conference for Ocean Energy (ICOE 2018) in Cherbourg, France.
This event provided an opportunity for company representatives to meet the next generation of ocean energy professionals. For students it was a chance to investigate potential jobs, internships and the academic theses possibilities.
The event started with a presentation from ETIP Ocean. It was followed by the discussion with young professionals working in the ocean energy companies. After presentations participants had an opportunity to continue discussions at the networking lunch. The event concluded with the visit to ICOE exhibition floor.
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