Gamze Gulkan

Country: Turkey
Sector: Pharmaceuticals
Job title: Product Manager
Subject of study: Politics, Philosophy and Economics
Year of graduation: 2018
Type/Level of study: Undergraduate

Current Employer/Organisation Name

Abdi ─░brahim

What have you been doing since leaving Exeter, and what are you doing now?

I have been working in pharmaceutical company since I have graduated. I am in marketing working as a product manager in Haematology therapeutic area.

Why did you choose this career? And what do you enjoy most about your work?

I was always interested in marketing. During my second year at uni; there were career days event in Exeter. I have met some people from pharma industry and I found it really interesting. Therefore I applied to jobs in this sector.

Were you part of the Exeter Student Ambassador Scheme at any point during your studies?


What did you enjoy most about your programme and what was the biggest highlight?

I enjoyed studying a multi-disciplinary course. I was combining my knowledge throughout all the courses I take. That’s how I deepen my understanding in all areas.

What did you enjoy most about studying here?

Friendly and multinational environment.

Why did you choose to study at Exeter?

Student recruitment manager from Exeter visited my country and told me all the details.

What skills and experiences have been most useful for your career?

Presentation and team working skills.

What are your plans for the future?

Working in a different country in pharma sector to see how globally it works.


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