Advertise to students

Employers can advertise jobs and internships via two services in Aarresaari Network.

JobTeaser Service is used by the University of Helsinki, Tampere University, University of Turku, University of Jyväskylä, University of Eastern Finland, Hanken School of Economics, Åbo Akademi University, Aalto University and LUT University. Valojobs Service is used by the University of Vaasa, University of Oulu and University of Lapland.

Career Services Network of Finnish Universities

The Aarresaari network is the national employment and career services cooperation network of Finnish universities. As a network, we provide services to university students and recent graduates as well as universities, employers and interest groups. The network has been operating actively for over 20 years.

Aarresaari in numbers




Published jobs and internships in 2022



Find a specialist

You can find experts of all fields in universities – from technical sciences to humanities. The universities’ channels help you reach students and recently graduated bachelors, masters and doctors who are looking for suitable work, internships and opportunities for thesis collaboration.

There are more than 150,000 university students in Finland.

Cooperation with Universities

Universities cooperate with companies and organisations in many ways.  You can attend events, apply for mentoring programs, or be part of teaching.

Your partner in cooperation can also be Aarresaari-network.

Career Planning

The role of the career counsellors and career services of universities is to support the students in their own career planning processes during their studies and guide them towards things that are meaningful to them.

and Job Search

An internship completed during your studies is a good opportunity to gain work experience in your own field, as well as network in the field. By already beginning networking during studies, you can gain information about the operators in the field and possible work opportunities.

Graduates in Working Life

Universities collect information on graduates’ careers and academic labor markets through a career monitoring survey.


Universities are collecting data on careers again

In the autumn 2023, around 18,000 university graduates are sent a national career monitoring survey. The survey is sent to graduates who have completed their Master’s degree five years ago and to doctoral graduates who have completed their degrees three years ago. The next round of career monitoring surveys is open 2.10.-11.12.2023.   By answering…
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Build your Brand and Recruit from Universities – Employer campaign kicks off

Skilled workforce is the company’s most important asset. In 2022, we have encountered both a labor shortage and a record number of vacancies. In this competitive situation, the organization should be a desired workplace and stay up to date with the students’ expectations and values. Successful recruitment requires long-term work, visibility and building a positive…
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HelsinkiUNI Career Day

2024-01-19 - 2024-01-19
Is your organisation hiring summer workers or trainees or looking for recent graduates for your trainee programme? If the answer is yes, take part in the Career Day recruitment event…
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Aalto Talent Expo 2023

2023-11-02 - 2023-11-02
Become an exhibitor at Aalto Talent Expo and meet the highly skilled Aalto students from the areas of art and design, business and technology. Recruit the future game-changers and develop…
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Is your field suffering from a shortage of talent?

Shortage of talent is a daily recurring topic on news and current affairs programmes. “Talent shortage poses a threat to investments in Finland.” “Up to 80 per cent of employers report problems finding the skills and talent required.” What are the fields suffering from a shortage of talent, and why? The national career monitoring survey,…
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Degree, working life and satisfaction

Reflections on the results of the university career monitoring survey What is the most important thing in working life – appreciation, pay or type of work? I was left pondering this when I looked at the results of the university career monitoring survey. The survey did not provide an answer to this question, but it…
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International students on the labour market

– on or off course? From time to time, newspaper articles and news items talk about unemployment among immigrants, women in particular, and a simultaneous shortage in the workforce (Yle, 8 March 2022 and HS, 8 November 2021). Social service and healthcare professionals are particularly scarce (see Yle, 27 September 2021). Every year, some 100…
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A coaching-like approach to support internships

A successful learning experience rewards both the student and their instructor For many university students, the summer also involves an internship or summer job. Workplaces welcome students in various roles: as mentors, colleagues or even internship instructors. The start of an internship is an important stage during which people get to know each other, prepare…
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