What? Open Source Job Fair

Student association ULYSSIS is organising a one of a kind job fair for companies that develop, support and/of heavily use Free and Open Source Software. All students and alumni with skills in IT (whether it be development or administration) are more than welcome. Of course, a passion for Free and Open Source Software is a plus.

When? 22 March 2016, from 11h00 to 15h30

Mark it down on your calendar, indicate you're going on our event on Facebook or Google+, or have us send you a reminder via email.

Finishing up your academic career and looking for an innovative and unique job? Or maybe you want to do an internship...

Posted by ULYSSIS on Thursday, March 3, 2016

Where? Jubileumzaal HAL 01.05, Naamsestraat 22, Leuven

You can find our Job Fair in the Jubileumzaal on the first floor of the University Halls. You can park your bike for free in the bicycle parking underneath Pieter De Somerplein (formerly known as Fochplein) or at Maria Theresiacollege. You can park your car on Hogeschoolplein or use the underground parking lots at Ladeuzeplein or QPark Heilig-Hart and then take a short walk.

Who will be there? Companies involved with Free and Open Source Software as developers, supporters and/or users like:



Departement ComputerwetenschappenEasicskangarootMind by EssensiumBewireMobile VikingsXenitDatacampInmantaFairphoneOpen-future

Who are we?

ULYSSIS is a student association from Leuven, founded in 1994. We started off with a single mail server, but in the meantime we have grown to a respectable organisation with about twenty servers. Our team is also still growing in numbers, just like the amount of services we offer. Our infrastructure hosts the websites of almost all student unions in Leuven, and more than one hundred associations, organisations, students and KU Leuven staff. Apart from that, we are increasingly offering technical support on events such as the 24 hour run and Beiaardcantus (carillon cantus), and we give workshops to students who are interested in computer science. We do all of this under our motto “1 0 1, computer science for everyone”, and always with a focus on FOSS and Linux.