Hundreds of visitors at the Job Fair

Never before have so many exhibiting companies participated in the Óbuda University Job Fair as now, on 4 and 5 October. The event is primarily aimed at students who are studying in higher education, looking for a job or interested in an internship. "Our main goal was to connect our university with the companies that are our industrial contacts, i.e. employers and students, prospective employees, by being present in person, thus helping them to choose the best opportunities," said Prof. Dr. Levente Kovács, Rector of the Óbuda University, at the opening event of the two-day event.



This autumn's event is the 29th in a row. Most of the exhibitors are from the best-run, most successful sectors. Sixty-five companies, with more than 300 job offers, welcomed visitors from sectors including IT, logistics, automotive, energy and, for the first time this year, construction. The Job Fair - organised by the Óbudai Egyetem Nonprofit Kft. under the management of Miklós Mezei - was held on both the Óbuda and Józsefváros campuses, with great interest.

- We pay special attention to the fact that our talented students and graduating engineers find the most suitable job for their qualification and needs, and to this end we try to provide an appropriate forum and venue for the meeting of labour market supply and demand from time to time. The University's management is committed to continuous development and renewal, which can be seen in many areas. The stability, growth and new opportunities created by the change of model have contributed to a significant increase in the University's reputation, the quality of its courses and thus its earning power. This increased interest is also reflected in the number of applicants. According to admission data, Óbuda University has been one of the most popular - this year 8th - and technically the most practice-oriented higher education institution for years, which confirms the positive reception of the training strategy.



 

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Updated: 10.10.2022.

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