Careers Advisory Service (CAS)

I think that most students would have neglected or are unaware of this but apparently this university does have the Careers Advisory Service which can play an important role in your career development.


The CAS will provide you with the right and essential resources and guidance for our career choices and offer many opportunities for you to get the skills needed to plan to manage your future.

I think that my seniors went there before and their service includes providing advice on job hunting skills, professional resume writing, and interview ethics.

This service would also organize professional development activities for students, disseminating vital information regarding employment trends.

If you are unsure on your career plans, do visit them since they maintain close links with prospective employers to explore career and training opportunities.

Personally, I haven’t go there before :joy: