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The inauguration of the 18th Career Fair at Princess Sumaya University for Technology

May 21, 2023

The President of Princess Sumaya University for Technology, Prof. Wejdan Abu Elhaija, officially inaugurated the 18th Career Fair as part of the activities of the annual Career Guidance Week. The fair was organized by the Career Guidance and Alumni Office at the Deanship of Admissions and Registration.

Prof. Abu Elhaija was accompanied by Prof. Bassam Hammo, the Vice President for Administrative Affairs, Prof. Abdul Ghafoor Al Saidi, the Dean of Admissions and Registration, as well as several school deans and professors. They listened to the participating parties who aimed to attract university students by explaining their activities and contributions. The discussions focused on raising awareness about the factors influencing engagement in the labor market, the essential skills required for job success, and the challenges posed by the labor market.

The career fair featured a diverse range of participants, including 101 companies from the public and private sectors, as well as companies established by the university's graduates. The primary goal was to connect with the university students and attract them to the labor market for employment and training opportunities. These companies recognized the students' exceptional competence and scientific qualifications, making them highly desirable candidates for various opportunities.

Dr. Abdul Ghafoor Al Saidi, the Dean of Admissions and Registration, emphasized the university's dedication to hosting this annual fair as part of its strategic goals. The event aims to bridge the gap between the labor market, local community, and the university by fostering stronger communication channels. It provides a valuable platform for the university students and graduates to connect with both the public and private sectors.

Dr. Al Saidi also highlighted that the fair provides a platform to showcase and harness the capabilities and creativity of the students.

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