The Social Sciences Career Week (SSCW) is a concept organised by Cedo Nulli, which is the student association of the Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences. Cedo Nulli represents five different study programs: Psychology, Public Administration, Sociology, Pedagogical Sciences and Management of International Social Challenges (MISOC). Cedo Nulli is established in 1979 and currently counts 1800 members. The association organises several study-related activities, study trips and other informal activities for students to partake in. It is an active student association comprising of many ambitious and enthusiastic students. A central goal within Cedo Nulli is to enrich students’ career perspectives. The association is build up of numerous committees that students can become a part of to gain useful experiences.

Another one of Cedo Nulli’s goals for a couple of years now is to become more appealing to international audiences. Several Bachelor and Master programs are taught in English, which subsequently attracts more students from all around the globe. For more information about Cedo Nulli, you can visit the website.