Undergraduates are said to be generally bewildered about life after school and the uncertainty of the future. As such, an institution that is committed to building future leaders such as FUNAAB will ensure that its students are well educated on the reality that awaits them outside the school gate. This assertion was made recently during the College of Engineering (COLENG) Career Talk, organized for the 300 to 500 level students of the College. According to the Guest Speaker, Engineer Adeyemi Ariyo, students needed to brace-up to meet the challenge of the modern world.

Speaking on how to become a global engineer, Engr. Adeyemi said the best way is to be entrepreneurially-inclined and goal oriented. “Every engineer spends money; good engineers save money but the best engineers make or create money. Every establishment wants engineers that can make money for them”, he added.

He, however, advised Engineering students to close all gaps of bias and establish good friendly relations with one another, as many of them will become influential people in the future that will help to raise others up. Some students, who spoke with FUNAAB Bulletin, expressed their joy that the seminar had made them better equipped to take on future challenges.