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The Career Center was established on November 1, 1999 within the framework of the “Career Center Development Project at Khazar University, 1999-2001,” funded by The Eurasia Foundation, USA. Career experts from European and American Universities provide ongoing support to the newly established Center through training its personnel and donating library and information resources.

The Center assists University students in the transition from undergraduate and graduate studies to careers, by offering an opportunity to explore career options through consultation and by providing access to materials related to career development, including online resources, and a wide variety of alternative services.

The Career Center conducts individual and group career consulting and assessment sessions to assist students in:

  • evaluating career opportunities and making strategic decisions
  • preparing resume/CVs and covering letters for interviews, and application forms
  • planning and preparing for graduate school
  • providing information on international fellowship and scholarship programs

The Career Center provides information resources that enable students to take active responsibility for their career decisions and job search by:

  • access to career development related materials
  • online database access
  • regular career opportunity announcements

The Center establishes relationships with potential employers in order to provide students with professional skills, integrate academic education with work, and explore employment opportunities by:

  • organizing company tours and on-campus presentations
  • exploring possibilities for internships, summer jobs, and volunteer services
  • organizing job fairs

Personnel of the University Career Center participate in a variety of overseas training and development programs. They work in partnership with university faculty and staff, and strive to assist students become self-sufficient and successful in the job search and career planning process.

Center Staff: 

Ulviyya Huseynova