Have you left your job at home to follow your spouse/partner to southern Sweden? Or are you concerned how to go about the job search in Sweden? As a spouse/partner of an international employee recruited to Lund, you can join the Kick-Start Program and discover the tools you need to make your job search easier. Get the details about the program and read stories written by KSP Alumnis.
Are you looking for a job but feel you don't get any further? Would you like to increase your knowledge about the job market and what employers are looking for? Do you need some tips on how to broaden your network and how to conduct yourself in an interview? Then this Kick-Start Program is for you!
The Kick-Start Program Spring 2023 starts in February, with sessions during office hours. The course is free of charge and will be held in English.
This program prioritizes spouses and partners of international employees recruited by companies and organisations in Lund municipality, as well as Lund University.
Registration is officially closed for the information meetings for "Kick-Start Program Spring 2023". However, we have heard that there are still many internationals coming to southern Sweden now.
If you have come to Sweden with an international spouse / partner who is working at Lund University, ESS, MAX IV or a company in Lund then contact Lisa Andersson to ask for a short meeting.
For information about who is eligible for the Kic-Start Program, see below.
If you don’t fit the criteria, then please visit the monthly
International Citizen Hub Lund offers a Kick-Start Program aiming to provide you with useful tools that will increase the opportunity to reach the job market. The program comprises different institutions, companies and individuals that give support, inspiration and shared experience in how to find employment.
The job program is based on 10 informative sessions on how to optimize your job search as an international talent in Sweden. These sessions have a different theme targeting, e.g. Swedish work culture, CV writing and interview tips and even starting your own company just to name a few. The program is limited to 60 participants divided into two groups that will meet basically 2-3 times a week with start-up times in late September and February.
We also create extra recruiting activities with collaborating partners to help the jobseeker get closer to companies that are currently recruiting and facilitate an alumni network. The Kick-Start Program alumni network is for both those who are gainfully employed and current jobseekers who find the value of keeping in touch to share their experiences.
This program is limited to those recruited to Sweden and connected to a Lund company/organisation, as well as Lund University. We suggest you check with your spouse/partner to receive further information about our Kick-Start Program or contact us directly for assistance.
Lisa Andersson is responsible for the Kick-Start Program. If you have questions about the program you are welcome to contact her. Please mark with subject "KSP".
The Kick-Start Program has been up and running for 13 seasons and have had 650+ participants from 80+ countries all over the world.
Many of our participants have written stories about their experiences of the Kick-Start Program. Follow the link to read what KSP Alumnis think about the program, what they have learned and found useful. You can also contact them via Linkedin to get personal feedback.