The Theory of Multiple Intelligences was put forward in 1983 by Gardner. Over more than two decades, this theory has made its way into education and gained positive attention. Relevant literature reveals that the Multiple Intelligences (MI) Theory has been employed in curriculum development, assessment, and classroom applications, but there has been little information about the application of the theory in career choice. This book provides the results of a study about how students'' intelligence types relate to their areas of study as their future careers which was conducted in English Preparatory School at Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU) in North Cyprus. This book can be used by both school teachers and students to have an insight related between multiple intelligence and future career choice.