Amazon is looking for you!

Registration interview

On the 18th of November, we will host Amazon at the School of Business and Economics!

Employees will come on campus to conduct interviews (based on CV selection) and will finish the afternoon with a company presentation (open for everyone).

If you want to find an internship, an entry position at Amazon, or if you are eager to get insights in Amazon’s company culture, do not miss out on this exclusive opportunity!

Apply now for the interview rounds!

13.00-18.00 Interview rounds (Application deadline: 10th of November at 23.59)

19.00-20.00 Company presentation + questions (Aula Lecture Hall), feel free to walk in.

PSA: Despite the outcome of the selection for the interview rounds, each applicant is EXPECTED to be at the company presentation.


ABOUT: Amazon's mission is to be Earth's most customer-centric company where people can find and discover anything they want to buy online.

Amazon’s evolution from website to e-commerce and publishing partner to innovative technology development is driven by the pioneering spirit that is part of the company’s DNA. The world’s brightest minds come to Amazon to research and develop new technologies that improve the lives of our customers: shoppers, sellers, content creators, businesses and developers around the world. Because that's what being Earth's most customer-centric company is all about. It's still Day 1 at Amazon.

More than 600,000 employees worldwide keep the wheels turning at Amazon, with corporate offices, fulfilment centers and development centres across the globe. Amazon is looking for ambitious and enthusiastic graduates and interns across our roles in Corporate, Technology and Operations.

Working at: 

When launched in 1995, it was with the mission “to be Earth’s most customer-centric company.” What does this mean? It's simple. We're a company that obsesses over our customers. Our actions, goals, projects, programs and inventions begin and end with the customer top of mind. In other words, we start with the customer and work backwards. When we hit on something that is really working for customers, we double-down on it with hopes to turn it into an even bigger success. However, it’s not always as clean as that. Inventing is messy, and over time, it’s certain that we’ll fail at some big bets too.

You'll also hear us say that at Amazon, it's always "Day 1." What do we mean? Our approach remains the same as it was on Amazon’s very first day — to make smart, fast decisions, stay nimble, innovate and invent, and focus on delighting customers.

“We continue to aspire to be Earth’s most customer-centric company, and we recognize this to be no small or easy challenge. We know there is much we can do better, and we find tremendous energy in the many challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.” – Jeff Bezos

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