May 04 2012
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Students get job ready at Western International College (WINC)
James Corner, Business Development Officer, UOB, is in no doubt about the benefits to the students, saying, "The groundwork needed to help students prepare for employment should never be underestimated. During the process the students received invaluable advice, guidance and unique tips on how to stand out from the crowd and be successful during the job application and interview process. In addition to the application process, RAK Logistics, RAK FTZ & Hilton Hotels, along with many other organizations will be providing work placement opportunities for the students, which will help to develop and enhance individual's skills in readiness for the real world of work."
Marketing Manager at WINC, Conal Doherty said; "It is very important for the development of our students that we get across the message; 'wherever or whatever you start, it is your drive and determination together with hard work that takes you to the top' and these internships will play an important role in their professional development".
The staff involved commented, "We enjoyed conducting the mock interviews and were impressed by the students we saw who all left a very positive impression. The programme of mock interviews together with the skills workshop should prepare the students well for the real-life job interviews.
Students interested in courses at WESTERN INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE are invited to come along to our Open Days on Saturday 19th & 26th May to meet and talk to staff and current students about courses and their future career.
If your company wishes to support our student internship programme then contact James Corner at firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively students can request a prospectus by calling +971 (7) 221 1221 or emailing admissions on email@example.com
For more information on Western International College please visit www.wincedu.net
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