European University of Lefke (EUL) Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences organized “Career Days” at the Faculty Law. An interview was conducted with the Minister of Labour and Social Security Zeki Çeler, and Presidency Advisor of Diplomacy and EU Dr. Erhan Erçin under the framework of the event which consisted stands of several institutions.
Çeler: It is vital to bring together the students with the business people
In his speech, Minister Zeki Çeler gave examples from his self-improvement and said that he was interested in politics since early ages and added that he was on duties such as class representation and school captaining during his school years. Pointing out that he has a character which cannot accept defeat, Çeler said that in order to be successful people should have dreams. Touching upon the importance of success, Çeler preached the students and said to the students to never give up on dreaming. Giving information on his future project, Çeler said that it is vital to bring together the students with business people and underlined the importance of extensification of career offices.
Erçin: The education I received at EUL made a great contribution on my Masters and PhD degrees
Ercin said that he had completed his undergraduate degree at EUL and added that the education he received at EUL made a great contribution on his Masters and PhD degrees. He further stated that the education received at the school is not sufficient for the career development and added that the students should develop themselves in this direction.
Erçin, advised students not to be only dependent on the school about their personal development, but also to give their own efforts. He further stated that the education he received at EUL had a great effect on his career development. Erçin mentioned that multiculturalism is very important and explained that this was very beneficial in his career process and stated that instead of attending the graduate degree in the same country they should do their master’s degree in different countries and that this will contribute to the shaping of their careers. Erçin emphasized that being multi-faceted and multicultural is very important in a globalized world, and called on students to improve their personal capacity