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Girl & Boy in front of HAW Hamburg sign.
21/06/22 -
  • Ingrid Weatherall
  • Elisa Schumann

One Semester at HAW Hamburg - Five questions for Brian & Emma from the University of Florida

Currently, Emma and Brian from the USA are spending a semester abroad at HAW Hamburg - one of the seven member universities of UAS7. In a short interview, the two students from the University of Florida talked about their time in Hamburg, their classes at HAW Hamburg and the differences between Germany and the USA.
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Junger lächelnder Mann, im Hintergrund Skyline von New York
25/05/22 -
  • Nele Kirstein

Work & Life in New York - Interview with UAS7 Alumnus Dennis Behrens

Dennis Behrens spent one semester at the University at Albany, SUNY, in 2017 as a part of UAS7’s SIP program. After graduating from Bremen City University of Applied Sciences, he returned to the US and took a job at the German Convention Bureau in New York. He has now been living in New York for over 5 years and has been working for the airline JetBlue Airways since July 2021. In an interview Dennis looks back on his way from Bremen to New York.
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Carolina Kelsch
27/01/22 -
  • Nicole Goldschmidt

“Quando descobri o programa de estágio do UAS7, soube que eu precisava aplicar”

Aluna do curso de Engenharia Eletrônica pela Unisinos conta sobre sua experiência de estágio na Hochschule Osnabrück. [English version available]
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Feiyu Lu, Virginia Tech
21/06/16 -
  • Ingrid Weatherall

UAS7 global citizens – study and intern with SIP

From China to the United States to Germany – at 21 Feiyu Lu is already quite the global citizen. Her international life started at sixteen when she moved from China to the United States to complete her high school education. Her motivation was to improve her English and to see if she would like to live in America for a longer period of time.
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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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