Career Service Center

FTS a wide range of resources and support to help students and alumni with their career development and employment goals. The centre provides guidance in exploring career options, developing job search strategies, and enhancing employability skills through workshops, seminars, and individual career counselling sessions. It also facilitates connections between students and potential employers through job fairs, networking events, and internship opportunities. The Career Service Center aims to empower students to make informed career decisions, transition successfully into the workforce, and thrive in their chosen professions.

More information on the University Center for career development and Student Counseling can be found here.
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Internships and collaboration with the industry
The Cooperation with leading domestic and international companies such as Huawei ICT Academy, Oracle, AVNET, Intergraph, Fujitsu and Schneider-electric etc., enables our students to gain skills through practice in well-known companies and prompted our graduates to be distinguished experts in modern technologies. The Faculty has recently founded a Council of Employers, a regulatory body that is actively engaged in enhancing faculty-industry cooperation through innovative ventures, policymaking and developmental projects with an aim to establish solid grounds so that all parties can benefit from the industry, the university, and students.

Since 2020, the Faculty has expanded the list of partner institutions from the industry which is verified by signed agreements of bilateral cooperation. Right now, the list comprises 250 signed agreements with various businesses and companies across Serbia where students acquire practical skills. Each year, these companies employ a number of students who complete the courses in practical skills in the selected businesses, and a number of students found their own start-ups and companies. As the Faculty has recently founded a Council of Employers, a number of owners or representatives of these companies actively participate in designing the agenda on the cooperation of the university and the industry.