Since November 1997 Capcampus is the first portal for the student community and graduates.
Jobboard Finder’s opinion
Summary: CapCampus, a French student specialist job board, was created by Pierre Ravot in 1997. Since then, the founder has also created other sites and CapCampus technically belongs to Australis. On social media, there are 6 639 followers on Facebook and 3 315 on Twitter. Unfortunately, the visibility is unknown on SimilarWeb.
Design: The design is slightly outdated. The search engine (the category, the sector, the study branch, the region, the location), which is also the only filter, takes up a small part of the screen. There is a second search engine for keywords anywhere on the website. Most of the homepage is made up of articles, most of which are recent. The search engine changes slightly depending on whether you’re looking for a course, a job or an internship. There is no particular branding because even though companies can include a logo, many of them don’t have one. The job offers include a description of the company, a description of the job, the assignments and the ideal candidate.
The job board objective: CapCampus hopes to make finding a student job or internship easy. The focus is on information because that’s what’s really missing when looking for your first job.
Recruiter observations: Recruiters can advertise for five positions for free if they are looking to fill internships or student jobs. The first non-student job is free too. However, to do so, you have to contact the team through the online form first.
Jobseeker observations: Jobseekers don’t need an account because the job offers automatically redirect you to the company website. If you do choose to create an account, you must provide information on your education.
The job offers: There are thousands of job offers, but it’s difficult to actually have a clear number.
Special features: the articles; the different tests (that don’t work); the courses; the internships; the list if partner websites.
Verdict: If you’re a student and you want information on looking for a job, CapCampus has some interesting articles. As for the job offers, the branding isn’t much and the offers all redirect you to company pages. It can be a useful tool to start your job search, but we would recommending using other job boards as well.
Written by Ali Neill
As the job board tester and blog editor for the Jobboard Finder, Ali works on job boards from all around the world and keeps a close eye on the recruitment trends thanks to a number of sources, including the website's social media pages.
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