Throughout his career, everyone may need to assess his personality traits and professional motivations, in order to develop self-awareness, understanding of other people, softskills and interpersonal relationship qualities.
To help you with these tasks, the EPFL Alumni department offers advice on assessment and in-depth coaching solutions for Contributors members.
You want to identify the right assessment or coaching solutions suited to your profile and goals.
Submit your assessment issue here.
EPFL Alumni offers the opportunity to complete the MBTI® (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) assessment.
The MBTI® instrument is the best known and most trusted personality assessment on the market.
The MBTI® profile reveals how we see and interact with the world, giving insight into our motivation and the motivation of others. This provides a strong foundation for personal growth and development, underpinning enhanced personal effectiveness.
First you complete the test MBTI® Step I online. Then you participate in a workshop that enables you to understand the instrument & theory and mainly to validate your type of personality profile.
This workshop is led by a certified expert with a rich professional experience.
Please find below the current program for 2019 (to date):
- “Find out your personality profile with the MBTI® tool.”, Tuesday 5 February 17:30-20:30 in Zurich
- “Find out your personality profile with the MBTI® tool.”, Wednesday 6 February 17:30-20:30 at EPFL
- “Find out your personality profile with the MBTI® tool.”, Thursday 16 May 17:30-20:30 at EPFL
Register now online. Registrations are limited to 15 participants per assessment session.
If the ticketing system is offline, the session is sold out. Please contact us to join the waiting list here.
Please find below some free online personality tests.
16Personalities – test based on 16 personality profiles (37 languages)
humanmetrics – test based on 16 personality profiles (EN, SP)
talentoday – quizz on personality traits & professional motivations (EN, DE, FR, SP, PO)
Personality tests are mainly based on analytical, cognitive or behavioural psychology models. Results are neither good nor bad and are not 100% accurate. Reliability may differ from individual to individual. Please take results and related statements with caution since there is no validation by a certified expert.
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