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Over 80 companies interested to hire SEEU students

On Wednesday (April 23rd, 2019), for the fourteenth time at South East European University was held the SEEU Career Fair, which is an opportunity for potential employers to meet with students and discuss internships and employment opportunities. The SEEU Career Centre organizes the Fair.

This event was attended by over 80 companies, which in their stands had exposed their activities and their representatives were collecting and examining the CVs of students for possible engagement with them.

The Fair was opened by the Rector of SEEU--Acad. Prof. Dr. Abdylmenaf Bexheti, who wished to companies and students to communicate as much as possible and reach as many engagement agreements as possible.

“The purpose of organization of this Fair is to show that the University is very interested to hear the voice and demands of companies. We are very pleased that our academic product is very important for companies and this is evidenced by the massive participation of companies in this Fair. The Career Centre data show that in terms of unemployment of 22% in state level, over 60% our newly graduated students are employed” said in his speech Rector Bexheti. He emphasized the fact that the University Senate has approved the new SEEU Academic Offer, where for the next academic year there will be new study programmes such as Finance and Banking, Legal Informatics, Entrepreneurship and that all will be four years study programmes.

The President of the Economic Chamber of North -West Macedonia (ECNWM), Mr. Nebi Hoxha, in his address said that this Fair testified that cooperation between the SEEU and ECNWM is at the highest level and that their hope are students. He also urged companies to detect their future staff at SEEU.

The Fair was attended by well-known companies from the country and generally belong to the private sector, but public sector was present as well, where many educational institutions and non-governmental organizations participated.