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Careers Expo to be hosted in Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi will be hosting Najah, a comprehensive education, training and careers exhibition, in November. The event will be held at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre from November 4 to 6 and offers the UAE's 500,000 students essential guidance for further education, careers advice and business industry information.

It is a 'must attend event' for school, college and university students, and their parents, who are eager to learn more about education opportunities, said an official spokesman.

The event, which is supported by the Abu Dhabi Emiratisation Council and the Ministry for Labour, is expected to attract more than 6,000 visitors, including teachers, students, university deans, Ministry of Education personnel, HR managers and education professionals.

The exclusive features of the show include topic-specific seminars, CV and job profiling, and career advice sessions. The three-day event will give visitors the opportunity to meet career counsellors on a one to one basis to discuss how to achieve life goals.

Organised by the Institute for International Research (IIR), the show will support the ongoing Emiratisation programme through a specialised careers counselling service provided by Tawteen, which will be highlighting its initiatives and projects to help nationals find careers in the government and private sectors.

Among the leading international and local learning institutes and companies taking part at Najah will be Abu Dhabi University, the University of Sharjah, the Paris Sorbonne University-Abu Dhabi, ADNOC, Abn Amro and Schlumberger.

'As the number of young people in the UAE grows at such a fast rate it is essential for students and parents to research their opportunities as fully as possible so that they are able to make the right educational decisions,' said Exhibitions Director of NAJAH Christine Weaver.TradeArabia News Service


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