More than 70 thousand students attended career planning courses
The career planning course prepared by the Presidency Human Resources Office to create career awareness among university students and to support students' career journeys was added to the curriculum of the first graders of the university. A total of 70 thousand 162 students from 47 universities voluntarily attended the courses, which consisted of 14 weeks of content. It is aimed that the career planning course will be delivered in all universities in the 2021-2022 academic year.
A total of 70 thousand 162 students from 47 universities participated in the career planning course, which sets an example in the course practices for the career development of university students by the state administration in the world. The 14-week lesson plan and its contents were prepared in a common standard by the experts of the subjects working in the Presidency in order to provide equal opportunities to all students.
“MORE THAN 400 THOUSAND STUDENTS ARE EXPECTED TO ATTEND”
Reminding that the career planning course is aimed to be given in all universities in the 2021-2022 academic year, Istanbul Gelisim University Career Development Manager İpek Şenman said: “Young people will be able to gain career awareness at the beginning of their university life. 787 students attended these courses at our university. Students report that the courses contain important information about career development. In the 2020-2021 academic year spring semester more than 400 thousand students from 100 universities in Turkey are expected to attend the general course in career planning.”