The Sharjah Expo Center has announced the participation of 75 local and international educational and educational institutions and many government and private institutions in the activities of the 23rd edition of the National Employment Exhibition and the 17th edition of International Education 2021. During the period from 19 to 21 October, the center with the support of the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
The International Education Exhibition, organized in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and the Sharjah Private Education Authority, provides students with the opportunity to choose higher education programs and learn about and communicate admission requirements at the most important national and foreign universities. Many prestigious international academies are participating in the “Career Festival” exhibition organized by “K2 Learning Resources India” which sees the attendance of more than 40 Indian universities and colleges and many educational institutions and boarding schools.
The National Employment Exhibition is heavily attended by government departments and agencies and a large number of private sector companies, which receive applications from job seekers.
Saif Mohammad Al Midba, CEO of the Sharjah Expo Center, noted that the organization of the “International Education” exhibition comes within the framework of the Centre’s interest in contributing to strengthening the status of the Emirate of Sharjah as an ideal environment for the education and research community. The National Employment Exhibition is an important platform for the public and private sector to invest in the knowledge economy based on productivity, innovation and sustainability, and to provide students with the opportunity to learn about higher education programs offered by the most important national and foreign universities. Companies meet male and female graduates looking for work, which supports opportunities to expand employment and support for national employees, emphasizing that organizing two exhibitions simultaneously is an important step in linking educational publications to the labor market, and to enhance the capabilities and capabilities of national human resources.
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