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Portrait of David Driscoll, sitting in a white chair
02/07/20 -
  • David Driscoll
  • Ingrid Weatherall

A unique connection to Germany

David Driscoll studied abroad at HAW Hamburg in 2009 as part of the UAS7 Study and Internship Program. Today he works as a Senior Designer for the Peter Schmidt Group in Munich. But it all started with a glimpse of his German heritage in 1997.
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A group of students in a crowd during football world cup 2018
18/05/20 -
  • Nele Kirstein
  • Inga Schulze-Velmede

International Student turned Peer Advisor

Danielle Kline participated in the UAS7 Study Program in Spring 2018 during her undergraduate studies in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Pittsburgh. After returning to the U.S., Danielle became a Peer Advisor at her home university's Study Abroad Office. She is now completing her graduate studies in Pittsburgh. In an interview with UAS7 intern Inga, she looks back at her experience in Hamburg.
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UAS7 alumnus Calvin Xu in front of Neuschwanstein castle
09/04/20 -
  • DAAD

"US employers value my degree"

An interview with Calvin Xu, who studied business intelligence and process management at the Berlin School of Economics and Law. Today he works as a Senior IT Analyst at NASDAQ.
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Group of 6 people at consul's new year's reception
23/01/20 -
  • Nele Kirstein

Annual New Year's Reception

On January 22, 2020, Consul General David Gill invited UAS7 friends and alumni as well as other German universities to the annual New Year’s Reception, traditionally taking place at the Consul’s residence.
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Group of people at holiday party with funny accessories
05/12/19 -
  • Nele Kirstein

Alumni Holiday Party

On December 4, 2019, we organized our annual holiday party, in cooperation with the liaison offices of German universities located in New York City. As in previous years, friends and alumni of 16 German universities as well as the German Research Foundation (DFG) came together at the New York premises of Fresenius University of Applied Sciences to kick-off the holiday season. 
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Mitch WAGNER
15/10/18 -
  • Ingrid Weatherall

A UAS7 Scholarship and a bit of Serendipity

People working in global education are often asked does study abroad really have any impact; do students really go on to work in a different country or in international careers. Sometimes the world is very small and study abroad can be a little bit of serendipity...
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Portrait of Jeremy Pingul
10/04/12 -
  • Kim Sims

From SIP to social entrepreneurship

“The Study & Internship Program was what really solidified my desire to become an entrepreneur. I interned for a small start-up tech company in Berlin, so I got to know the joys and pains of trying to build something with creative ideas. Because of the smaller team dynamics, I had a lot more input and contribution to the whole process, but also a lot more responsibility to back ideas with hard work.”
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