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Paid internships are available for students

Paid internships are available for students in the UAE

With the issuance of a permit from the Ministry of Labor and in accordance with a new decree made as part of the UAE Labour Law, students who are sponsored by universities may now legitimately work part-time.

The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratization issued a directive in 2016 allowing students who are at least 15 years old to work part-time jobs while finishing their degrees.

Part-time job and paid internship interviews are offered on university websites and other portals, and students who want to work can attend them. Once chosen, students must submit a copy of their Emirates ID and a no-objection letter from their parents and the university they are enrolled in to the employer. The business then requests a temporary work permit from the MOHRE for the candidate.

Visit MOE site to get more details on internship program and more: https://internships.moe.gov.ae/

Paid internships are available for students in the UAE.
Paid internships are available for students in the UAE.

Job Interviews

Interview techniques are acquired. Prepare for the interview by learning what to expect from the questions and how to respond to them. For an interview to be successful, preparation and practice are essential.


Most of you will have done extensive research on your chosen firm to get to this point. If you haven’t, you must thoroughly investigate the organization and the position before entering the building. The interviewer will anticipate that you have some knowledge of the business and the industry, and you will impress them greatly if you are knowledgeable about specific issues, stories, and events that are relevant to the organization. Newspapers, trade publications, local libraries, the Internet, and industry periodicals are all reliable sources of information. Pick up the phone and feel free to request the company’s annual reports and other marketing materials; most businesses are more than pleased to comply. You should at the very least be aware with the company’s business lines, the qualifications and duties of the position you are applying for, and the most recent company-related news. Any material that directly relates to the position you are looking for as well as specific information about the company’s new product lines, competitive positioning, goals for the future, vision, purpose, and values will further impress. Give knowledge the priority it deserves as a competitive advantage; the more knowledge you have about the organization and your job, the better your chances of success.


You should bring several copies of your resume with you to the interview in case the company doesn’t have one, doesn’t have a clear copy since it was faxed, or just expects you to bring one. Also, bring a notepad to take notes in. You might want to bring examples of your work with you to many different types of jobs, such as published work if you are a writer or if you are in an advertising, design, or related profession. Even though they are normally not necessary at the initial interview stage, you might want to bring references and copies of your academic credentials just in case.

First Impression:

Making a good first impression is crucial because your first interview will be the employer’s first encounter with you. Even if the job requires casual attire, you should still aim to dress reasonably conservatively for the initial interview. You can always take it casual in subsequent meetings. In general, you want to present a clean, polished, and conservative image at that first meeting.

Skills and Attitude: 

  • Abilities to listen: Make sure you pay close attention, don’t interrupt, and allow the interviewer finish his remarks. Ask meaningful and engaging questions while demonstrating interest in what he is saying. In any profession, effective active listening abilities are crucial.
  • Enthusiasm: In many circumstances, you might not be the best fit for the job or you can face a challenging learning curve. You must show the Employer that you are really motivated to succeed and that you have the necessary drive, ambition, and keenness for the job! Since enthusiasm is contagious, companies are constantly looking to grow their teams with enthusiastic individuals in the hopes that their upbeat demeanor will spread to the rest of the team and improve the atmosphere at work. As long as it is genuine and not overdone, your good attitude will impress the interviewer, and he will have a favorable “feel” about you after the interview.
  • Eye Contact: Face the interviewer with professional eye contact. Constantly looking away shows apathy and distraction. Looking down implies timidity and lack of self-assurance. Keep it natural, however, and don’t be afraid to nod, smile, or even laugh when it’s appropriate. Avoid staring the employer down, giving unnecessary nods, or putting on a phony grin out of anxiousness.
  • Professionalism: Be professional at all times. Do not approach the interviewer in an unduly amiable or casual way, and always respect the interviewer-interviewee boundaries. Avoid talking about your personal life unless it is directly relevant, refrain from discussing politics, religion, or any other touchy subjects during the interview, stay on topic, be truthful, and act professionally.

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