On May 25 Azerbaijan State Oil and Industry University (ASOIU) held 10th Alumni-Career Exhibition for 4th-year students and graduates.
Taking into account that the global coronavirus pandemic still reigns the exhibition was held online in the conditions of quarantine. 231 vacancies and about 300 internships have been presented at the exhibition by 63 government agencies and private companies.
Making a speech at the exhibition, ASOIU's Rector, Professor Mustafa Babanli expressed his gratitude to the state and company representatives. He noted that the Alumni-Career Exhibitions, traditionally held at ASOIU since the 2015-2016 academic year, are an important platform in getting in touch of young specialists directly with company representatives and providing them with jobs.
Rector emphasized that providing our students and graduates with job has always been kept in focus and the Alumni-Career Exhibitions have played significant role as one of the steps taken in this direction. Making a speech at the exhibition, Elnur Soltanov Deputy Minister of Energy and Mustafa Abbasbeyli, Chairman of the Board of the State Employment Agency spoke about the attention and care given to young people in Azerbaijan, the importance of providing them with jobs relevant to their specialties.
It was noted that the Alumni-Career Exhibitions regularly organized by ADNSU are also remarkable in this regard. The high interest of companies for the students and graduates of this university once again shows that ASOIU students have proven themselves as young professionals and they will be needed in the future.
The Food Safety Agency, AzerGold CJSC, AzerEnergy OJSC, Socar AQS, as well as other public and private companies presented their vacancies at the exhibition and expressed their support and satisfaction with the cooperation.
Notably, ASOIU's students and graduates can access the Alumni Career Center on the official website of ASOIU through the link career.asoiu.edu.az, get acquainted with vacancies, select the relevant company and then send their CVs.