Interviewer: Hello, Ramal. How is your work as the President of the Student Council of the University, a student of the Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences, majoring in Regional Studies?
Interviewee: Hello, thank you very much. Everything is OK.
Interviewer: You recently visited Lille with a group of Khazar University staff. We would like to talk to you about it. How was your trip? Did you like France?
Interviewee: Yes. I liked it very much (He is laughing).
Interviewer: Can you share your impressions of the University of Lille and the education system there?
Interviewee: Of course. There were many highlights on Lille University's endless campus. Very comfortable conditions have been created for students to have fun and learn. For example, there was a center where students played simulation games. We also joined them. At the end of the game, I realized that it was very instructive.
Interviewer: Great! What else did you learn? Can you share with us?
Interviewee: We joined the trainings given by the professors of the University of Lille. Lifelong learning, opportunities for the development of students' business activities, innovations in pedagogy... I liked the activity of the Lifelong Learning Center the most. The university fully supports people who want to learn. This is great. I would like such centers to be established in our universities.
Interviewer: What conclusions did you draw from these trainings as the President of the Student Assembly?
Interviewee: While there, together with the Career Center Coordinator Elnura, we developed an innovative career development plan. We are currently working on this plan. I believe that if we can implement it, there will be good opportunities for students in the coming years.
Interviewer: We are nearing the end of our interview. Is there anything extra you want to tell us?
Interviewee: I would like to thank the Khazar University Development Office for providing such opportunities for students. After seeing a different education system, we also see students' attitudes toward learning change. I hope we will be able to apply the experience we have learned here.
Interviewer: Thank you very much, Ramal. Thanks for the interview.
Interviewer: I thank you too.