I enrolled at Izmir University of Economics, Department of Economics in 2007. I had hundreds of questions in my mind while choosing my department; "What if, if only I chose that, will this decision be correct?" The courses we have taken, our educators, the extent of our education, our level of following developments and most importantly meeting with ourselves… Each department has aspects that are suitable and not suitable for us. The most valuable thing I want to tell prospective students is to get to know themselves as soon as possible. "Self-realization". When they show some effort on this matter, talk to the right people, and use their time efficiently, they will see how right Maslow is. During my time in the Department of Economics, I chose to perform an internship everywhere related to my department; stock market, bank, private sector. As a result, I decided that Merve had to create a new path for herself. Because Merve was very energetic. She needed a more active job, and no one could create it for her. Somehow I had to create a new path for myself. I completed the Energy Resources Management Program concurrently. While studying in this department; life matched the word "energy". I loved life and wanted to carry it into my profession. I can say that I have become a broader, more analytical thinker. "Energy" was a phenomenon in our lives since existence, but its value is just being understood. Think about it, we cannot tolerate even an hour without electricity. You learn the social, economic and geopolitical structure of this. I can teach something to people even in my daily conversations. I know a lot that no one else knows about and that makes me proud of myself. I started getting job offers before I graduated. I haven't filled out the "Will you hire me?" form anywhere. I chose where I would work. While the graduates around me complained about not being able to find a job, I had already started to learn business life and business discipline. First, I worked for a company that laid natural gas pipelines. Later, I was transferred to a foreign capital renewable energy company. One thing I can recommend to new graduates and those who have just started university life is to keep this in mind: "I want to graduate from university as someone who has known themselves already" I think that should be their vision ... I am a student of Sustainable Energy Master's Program. I completed my Entrepreneurship education at Boğaziçi University and won first place in several projects. It is not how many years it took you to graduate from the university, with average you graduated, how many certificates you own at the end of the day; it is important to what extent you got to know yourself in your school where you spent your years at ... Love yourself, make most of the time. Only you will discover where you will be successful and where you will be more efficient. Rome was not built in a day, none of us had the life we dreamed of as soon as we graduated. However, whatever you accumulated at the university will help you through that first year. And then the rest is good. Undergraduate education is more about what you get from it, rather than what you are taught.