Division of Qualification, Recruitment and Follow-up

Since its inception, Nineveh University has been on a carefully planned path. The University seeks to teach, enlighten minds and invest in scientific and professional development. It implements strategic plans for excellence in its programmes and outputs to enable students to contribute effectively to the development of our beloved homeland.
Based on this, we are keen to realize the aspirations of the Nineveh University Administration. The Division of Rehabilitation, Employment and Follow-up in the departments of Science and Medical Studies was launched in the second semester of the academic year 2017-2018.
Tahil is a strategic option for anyone looking to develop human cadres capable of meeting the needs of the labour market and keeping abreast of rapid developments and changes occurring in the fields of employment. It supports and supports students’ and graduates’ capacities, ensuring that they are in line with these changes.
The Rehabilitation and Employment Division relies on the principle of creating a continuous and productive relationship with the community and building bridges of communication inside and outside the university to establish the ingredients of success for graduates And it seeks to reach graduates to integrate experience, integrate knowledge and integrate personality by enhancing theoretical knowledge and linking it to practical reality and qualifying all graduates to have bright roles commensurate with their scientific disciplines and to participate in the industry of Iraq’s future. We ask God Almighty to help us achieve this ambitious program for our dear University

Qualification and Employment Division
Through our vision of the urgent need of students and graduates and their continued desire to improve their abilities and develop their scientific and practical skills to qualify for the labour market and promote in the job grades, Nineveh University decided to establish the Division of Qualification, Employment and Follow-up to help these resources and human capacities qualify for the labour market.