Entering working life – Part Two

“You have to experience NOW” – Alba del Puerto on entering working life

3 former UAO-students and their paths to their dream job

Alba del Puerto
Alba del Puerto on entering working life
Anna Rolke Anna Rolke
Rose De Geeter Rose De Geeter

Your graduation from the UAO is near and you don’t know exactly what you want to do afterwards? Starting work can be a big challenge and uncertain – but it can also be fun! The series “Entering working life – 3 former UAO students and their paths to their dream job” is intended to show you possible entry points into working life, take away any fears and inspire you.

In the second part of the series, we get to know Alba del Puerto. After earning a double degree in law and business administration from the Universidad Abat Oliba, Alba earned a master’s degree in law from the UPF School of Business. Already during her studies, she was able to gain a wide variety of experiences, always enjoyed working and learning new things in practice.

Alba would now like to tell you about what she did after her studies, what tips she has for you after graduation, and what she particularly liked about UAO.

Would you like to learn more about Alba? You can find her LinkedIn account here.

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