The University’s data-driven life path and career planning platform will be opened to 3 further undergraduate programs with a more compact personality test. In a prize draw announced to coincide with the launch of the innovations, new users and those who apply for the consultations can win valuable packages.
Further building on the milestones achieved in 2023 – which you can find out more about here – we’re introducing a number of innovations in Navigator for the start of the spring semester:
The validated personality test has been shortened
At the end of the pilot period, the University, via the current 1200+ completed personality tests of Navigator, conducted a validation of the program based on extensive research, led by a researcher-psychologist. As a result, a more accurate algorithm has been developed and the number of test questions has been reduced from 170 to 60, which can now be completed in just 8-10 minutes!
Expansion of the platform to further undergraduate programs
Continuing the roll-out to further programs, students in 3 undergraduate programs have been given new access to the system:
The background work to enable the expansion of the service is ongoing, so it is expected that by the second half of 2024 Navigator will be available for students for all undergraduate programs and a pilot will be launched for one master’s degree programme.
Enter the first prize draw of the year!
In response to these innovations, we are launching a prize draw for both new personality test takers and those who sign up for face-to-face consultations/mentoring. A total of 10 (5+5) winning students will each be entered into a draw for Corvinus branded gift packs.