The University has a series of initiatives in place to support the students after graduation including career services and alumni associations. One of the most important features of our alumni support is the Alumni Corporate Canters. These canters support new ideas, entrepreneurship and commercialization of research. The University has allocated funding and grants for research proposals originating both within and outside. This means the university covers a significant part of the costs that faculty members, researchers and graduate students incur during their research activities. These activities include the compilation and publication of books, participation in local and international conferences, competitions and exhibitions, commercializing new ideas and the entrepreneurship of development and technology canters. These centres will in return serve as a vehicle for newly established knowledge-based companies and are places students can benefit university facilities. They also play a key role in creating research canters whose main job is to improve research quality through providing the necessary means and links with executive agencies, and industries.