Final International University | Final International University holds a Tourism and Culinary Arts Career Day

Final International University holds a Tourism and Culinary Arts Career Day

A Final International University Tourism and Culinary Arts Career Day has been held in the University's conference hall with the participation of experts in the field and engaging our tourism students in a range of practical activities. Specialists from Germany, the United States,  and Dubai conveyed detailed information about internship opportunities to prospective tourism employees. An official from Hosco, the world's largest tourism employment network with more than 400,000 members, which has signed a cooperation agreement with Final International University, attended the event through a live video conference. Honorary guest of the Career Day event, Icim Cagın Kavuklu, a member of the Board of Directors of Acapulco Resort Convention & Spa Hotel and the recipient of the Most Successful Business Woman Award in 2018, talked about the importance of tourism in Cyprus and the past and present of Acapulco Hotel.

“We open the doors to our students from different parts of the world”

After the talks, students were asked to prepare a CV and practice a job interview. Director of the Final International  University School of Tourism and Culinary Arts. Ass. Prof. Dr. Nafiya Güden stated that during the Career Day event, students have gained the opportunity to open doors to many jobs and apprenticeships from different parts of the world.

Ass. Prof. Dr. Nafiya  Güden said: “Being an international individual in the tourism and culinary arts sectors and knowing different cultures are both very important and necessary in the business world. The trend of becoming a citizen of the world is also rising in our profession. In addition to providing an international environment to our students, we make many attempts to improve them as students and to bring them together with industry leaders before taking their first steps in professional life. Our students benefit from this privileged environment and develop themselves to pass through the international doors.”