Fly High 7.0 for job seekers

By Nurina Farzana Zahra

GOMBAK, 29 November 2019 – For students who are seeking for career opportunities especially graduating students and those who are looking for internship, this programme is for you!

Fly High 7.0 is also known as Finishing School Programme that helps in preparing future graduates for their career journey in their respective fields. It is also a platform for graduating students to establish connections with potential employers from renowned companies.

The event, organised by Counselling and Career Services Centre IIUM (CCSC), is scheduled to be held at Main Auditorium, IIUM, from 3 to 6 December 2019 from 8:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m according to respective Kulliyyah.

Below are the dates that have been allocated for each kulliyyah:

3 Dec – Kulliyyah of Engineering (KOE), Kulliyyah of Architecture and Environmental Design (KAED)

4 Dec- Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah of Laws (AIKOL), Kulliyyah of Economic and Management Sciences (KENMS), Kulliyyah of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

5 Dec– Human Sciences (HS) and English related studies

6 Dec– Islamic Revealed Knowledge (IRK), Arabic related studies, Kulliyyah of Education (KOED), Kulliyyah of Languages and Management (KLM)

It is an annual event by CCSC which started in 2016 and this is their seventh series.

According to Programme Manager, Nur Aiman Najiha Azman, “Fly High 7.0 will be participated by big and prominent companies such as Nestle, Top Glove, Honda, Maybank and more. Therefore, students must grab the opportunity to build connection and engage with the companies in order to know their career path.”

Among the shighlights of this event students will be exposed to job-hunting strategies including resume writing, self-grooming and interview skills by the companies.

Asked about what makes this Fly High 7.0 special, Nur Aiman Najiha said, “Lucky participants get to dine in with professionals and interact with the company representatives personally,” she answered.***

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