For Erastus Kalenga Hamunjela, a first dream has already come true when he came to Berlin to study Public Relations and Digital Marketing. He works as a Social Media Manager alongside his studies and is happy about all the valuable input he gained at HMKW. In addition, he is also active as a model: For example, he has appeared in the CSD Berlin Pride campaign and volunteered for equal rights of the LGBTQIA+ community. Well done and keep up the good work!
Merle Giesel has accomplished what many people dream of: right after graduating, she was able to start working as a news editor at the TV station WELT, where she is responsible for editing news reports for the current live broadcast, among other tasks. In this interview, she tells us more about her path to her dream job and how her Bachelor studies at HMKW have shaped her future in TV journalism.
Jesuina Januario, student of M.A. Public Relations and Digital Marketing, is already focusing on her great passion in addition to her studies: She is currently a working student at Blinkist and is constantly dealing with new podcasts. Her love goes so far that she wants to investigate the role of podcasts for People of Colour in her master's thesis. Sounds exciting? In the interview she told us more about her studies, her plans as well as her job.
Digital marketing is Ayesha Samia's great passion. She already knows that she wants to get started in this field after graduation (currently: M.A. Public Relations and Digital Marketing). She is currently gaining valuable practical experience as a working student at the digital marketing agency Crealytics. In the interview, we asked her about her work, her favorite courses and projects, and her goals for the future.
Strong communication skills and creativity: two qualities that a radio presenter should definitely have. Laura Fliegenschmidt has turned her passion for communication and music into a career and joined the Berlin radio station 98.8 KISS FM as a trainee.
An exciting course of study at a familiar university, lots of friends from all over the world and plenty of inspiring input: Laura Mühlenmeier (M.A. Convergent Journalism) has found a new creative home at HMKW Berlin. In this interview, she told us why she enjoys being part of the Talent Campus_Video workshop so much and what defines good journalism.
Benedikt Wolter successfully completed his bachelor's degree in journalism and corporate communications at HMKW Cologne this year. In this interview, alumnus Benedikt Wolter tells us about his career from student to founder of his own marketing agency, as well as his professional and private goals for the future.
From Frankfurt to Berlin. Christopher Nagorr set off for the capital for his mandatory internship to report on the music scene for the online magazine "DIFFUS". He is studying B.A. Journalism and Corporate Communications at the Frankfurt Campus.
Warda Imran, student of M.A. Convergent Journalism (since WS 2020 M.A. Digital Journalism, editor's note) is about to start her traineeship at Deutsche Welle in Bonn. But before she packs her bags, we talked to her about her best moments and experiences at the HMKW, her participation in the workshop Talent Campus_Video and her student life in Berlin.
Studying journalism in a dynamic and diverse city like Berlin: For Lisa Frising, student of M.A. Convergent Journalism (from WS 2020: M.A. Digital Journalism, editor's note), there is currently hardly anything more enriching. In the interview she reveals why she decided to study at HMKW Berlin, which courses she is particularly interested in and why she wants to live and work in Berlin in the near future.