Digital Career Day: Education & Preparation October 12


Welcome to Digital Career Day: Education & Preparation arranged by Unimeet Gothenburg.

We're excited to have representatives from AstraZeneca and Volvo Group IT tell us all about what kind of career opportunities international talent can find within the companies! They will answer questions like what kind of competencies they are most interested in or think will be interesting for the coming future and if they have summer jobs or master’s thesis opportunities. You will also hear from Move to Gothenburg, that aims to attract and welcome highly skilled international.


AstraZeneca is a global, innovation-driven BioPharmaceutical business that focuses on the discovery, development and commercialisation of prescription medicines for some of the world’s most serious disease. Read more here.

In this webinar, you will meet Caralina Falk, Talent Acquisition Partner responsible for Early Talent. Caralina relocated from the US over 10 years ago and has been with AstraZeneca since 2015.

You will also meet Nia Khachapuridze, who is part of AstraZeneca’s R&D Graduate Programme, currently working in early clinical drug development. Nia is originally from Georgia and relocated to Sweden for her master's studies at Uppsala University. She first joined AstraZeneca in January 2020 for her master's project on extracellular vesicles.


Volvo Group IT is a function in Volvo Group. The function provides IT competencies and IT solutions to Truck Divisions, Business Areas and Group Functions represented in the Volvo Group. Together with suppliers, Volvo Group IT manages more than 3.000 applications, 4000 physical and 14000 virtual servers. More information here.

We have invited Jessica Lörell, Director Solution Center Finance, Group IT, Sai Bodireddigari, Application Developer, employed since 3 years in Group IT, Annie Melbro, Solution Leader and recently employed in Group IT and Therese Envall, HR Business Partner, Group IT.


Move to Gothenburg is a collaborative initiative that aims to attract and welcome highly skilled internationals, and get them to stay and thrive in the Gothenburg region, West Sweden. The initiative is run within the framework of a regional platform comprising stakeholders from the business community, academia as well as city and region.

Niklas Delersjö, Head of Move to Gothenburg, will talk about the importance of global talent in order to continue the positive business development in the Gothenburg region.

He will also discuss the possibilities for international professionals to develop their career here and in the same time enjoy a great way of life.

October 12, 12:00-13:30
Where: This is an online webinar.