• The joint Sharjah - Lubeck PhD program in Molecular Medicine

  • College of Business Administration achieves U.S AACSB accreditation

  • 2nd Sharjah International Conference on Islamic Economy

  • 3rd International Conference on Arab’s and Muslim’s History of Science

  • Sharjah 1st International Conference for Persons with Disabilities

Director's Welcome
Career Guidance and Student Training Office offers a variety of services in career orientation and internship programs, in addition to student employment and student exchange programs. The office offers workshops in writing CVs, job interviews, job-hunting skills, among others. The office also hosts HR directors in companies and institutions who give students an overview of labor market requirements, needed specializations and job vacancies.

CASTO helps seniors and graduating students find a job faster by carrying out in-house workshops and exhibitions as well as organizing trips to career and recruitment fairs.

The office coordinates between different colleges and departments in order to find the best training and internship programs for students, under the supervision of their faculty members. The office also coordinates with companies and institutions that accept interns and exchange students within the UAE and in other Arab Countries, in collaboration with the Council of the Union of Arab Universities and International Organizations.

The office also launched the Part-Time Student Employment program for full time students at University of Sharjah. This program enables students to gain job-related skills while simultaneously finishing their studies. The students could make their own pocket money, enrich their CVs with this experience and gain many necessary skills such as time management, prioritizing, work ethics, etc…

CASTO is a major pillar at the​ University of Sharjah. It is the University's door to the corporate world and the direct connection between students and the labor market. 

CASTO's objectives go hand-in-hand with the university's mission to develop academic programs which include training as an essential part of the curriculum. The university thus would give the students the chance to get first hand experience of the labor market, and to put their theoretical education into practice. Students thus learn how to work in a team, how to work under pressure, how to be punctual and meet deadlines, and how to ev​aluate and improve their work.

​Mrs. Rana Kabbani
Head of CASTO