The aim of OSSCC as a structure is the ongoing contact with the students and the offering of multidirectional information. The information includes data on studies, different programs, career or professional orientation, and also individual or group counseling. The Office of Student Support and Career Counseling is a unit which assists students and follows their educational process, during and after its completion, creating a database with available data on their careers, successes, difficulties during their adaptation to the market, their achievements, lobbying for the protection of their professional rights through AUA (the Union of Architects and Urban Planners), ensuring the continuation of ties with U_POLIS through the Alumni association, encouraging the cooperation spirit as a community through support and philanthropy.
The aim of OSSCC as a structure is the ongoing contact with the students and the offer of multidirectional information. The information includes data on studies, different programs, career or professional orientation, and also individual or group counseling. This office collaborates with the leaders of the Students’ Association and the Alumni Association.
The main activities and duties of the Office of Student Support and Career Counseling are:
- The process of informing students and providing full transparency on academic, teaching, and research issues as well as their rights and duties;
- The students’ orientation during the educational process, the selection of the specific educational fields, and the academic and training opportunities offered by the university;
- Awareness and knowledge offered to students on the labor market in general and on current employment opportunities;
- The maintenance of personal contact with students after their graduation and employment in order to continue receiving their feedback;
- The undertaking of up-to-date studies on the labor market and the identification of its requirements in order to make this information available to students.
- The task of getting the students involved in decision-making processes in key activities related to teaching and other activities such as research, development, and the services offered.