This is a section for current students where we keep you updated on regular student-to student meetings, workshops with MaKuWi students, recent graduates and professionals.
Here, we will inform you about upcoming career-oriented workshops, where you get the chance to interact with young professionals who are former students of BaKuWi and/
Scheduled for spring 2020
Eva Coblenzer, M.A., Marketing Coordinator at Boston Consulting Group (BCG). Eva studied BaKuWi and MaKuWi Anglistik at the University of Mannheim from 2009 to 2015. After completing her Master's Degree, she has worked for the European American Chamber of Commerce and for the German American Chamber of Commerce in New York for several years. She is now working as a Marketing Coordinator at Boston Consulting Group (BCG) in Munich. Eva will give you some insight into her career path and is looking forward to your questions.
Monday, May 13, 2019
Annegret Lauerburg, M.A., Head of Corporate Communication, Hevert-Arzneimittel GmbH & Co. KG
Anna Lüneberg, Dipl.-Angl., Online marketing, music events, https://www.anna-lueneberg.com/
In spring terms, we organize informal meetings, where you (as a BaKuWi student) can meet MaKuWi Anglistik/
BaKuWi meets MaKuWi is also open to BaKuWi students who do not study English.
Scheduled for spring 2020
This is a meeting point for all current BaKuWi students. We believe that we could all benefit from knowing each other better. Therefore, this semester we decided to launch a biweekly get-together. Here, we will meet up to talk about current study related issues, invite former BaKuWi/
A great day at the US Consulate General in Frankfurt
On April 25, Antje Clasen and a group of her students from the BaKuWi and MaKuWi program participated in the first Media and Journalist Workshop at the US Consulate General.
They spent an exciting, interesting and inspiring day there, listening to a talk by Brian E. Weeks, PhD and Assistant Professor of Communication Studies at the University of Michigan on “The Emotional Characteristics of Social Media and Political Misperceptions”, learning more about the workings of a consulate and the different departments, and even having a video conference with th US State Department in Washington. Throughout the day the group had the chance to discuss central problems and exchange ideas with scholars, officials from the US Consulate and fellow students from other universities. After a long day full of new insights and thought-provoking discussions, everyone was more than happy to learn that there will be another workshop of that kind quite soon.
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