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Emirates Aviation University career fair connects students with international companies

Posted 21 February 2018 · Add Comment

Emirates Aviation University recently hosted more than 20 companies at its campus in Dubai International Academic City, to help its students and graduates advance their job-seeking skills and gain access to career experts and local employers offering opportunities.

EAU students had the opportunity to receive consultations, participate in mock interviews and gain professional advice as well as network with potential employers in different fields such as aviation, business, information technology, engineering, communications, governmental, and more.

"Events like the Career Fair are an essential part of our efforts at Emirates Aviation University to help our students chart career paths and plan for their future through connecting them with regional and global companies in a variety of industries," said Dr. Ahmad Al Ali, Vice Chancellor of Emirates Aviation University. ”.

More than 700 alumni and final year students attended the career fair, and the list of companies that took part in the event were Emirates Group, Rolls-Royce, Bombardier, RTA, Thales, PwC, DP World, Air Arabia, Lufthansa, GCAA, Freightworks, Godolphin, Audi.Volkswagen, Honeywell, Emirates Flight Catering, Aviation Services Management, FlyDubai, Malakut Insurance Brokers, Louis Forteen, and InternsME.

Aside from learning about the various career options, EAU students explored the internship opportunities offered by each company. They also gained insights on industry job prospects, trends and career paths.

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