What makes an attractive employer brand? And how can you achieve it? As People Communication Manager, Alejandra Mosquera deals with these and other questions relating to the field of employer branding. In this interview, she tells us more about her successful career start and the biggest challenges she faced during her studies at HMKW.
Small courses, individual supervision and the chance to work on exciting hands-on projects convinced Leonie Hübsch to study the B.A. Digital Marketing and E-Commerce. Here she talks about her study routine and her plans for the near future.
Whether it's the impressive landscapes, exciting activities with other international students or the well-equipped host university: When Kathleen Laux thinks back to her semester abroad in Volda, Norway, she can't help but daydream. Why she also highly recommends an Erasmus semester to all HMKW students, she explains here.
Yeana Lee found her dream study program with the M.A. International Marketing and Media Management at HMKW. After graduation, she is now working in marketing at Carl Zeiss Meditec AG, developing strategies for surgical ophthalmic practices. In this interview, she tells us more about the highlights of her studies as well as about her new job.
The combination of studies in psychology, media and business brought alumnus Benedikt Hüsch (B.Sc. Media and Business Psychology) to HMKW in Cologne. After his studies, he joined the management consultancy Ernst&Young - in addition to his freelance work as a systemic coach. In this interview, he tells us more about his career and his goals for the future.
The Humboldt Forum in Berlin is one of the most controversial museum projects of recent times. Cihan Küçük, lately graduated from the M.A. Visual and Media Anthropology, has been researching the decolonization of cultural institutions in his master's thesis. Here he talks about his studies as well as his creative projects in the colorful art and culture scene of Berlin.
From HMKW to his own photo exhibition: Master's student (and soon-to-be graduate) Farzin Foroutan recently succeded in presenting his works in a gallery in Berlin. In this interview, he talks about his best experiences from his studies in communication design and creative strategies, as well as what he has planned for the time after graduation.
Hauxita Jergeschew, student of M.A. Visual and Media Anthropology, is all ready to go back to South America. Prior to her studies, she has already lived with indigenous people and thanks to Distance Learning, she will be joining the study group from the road in the upcoming semester. More about her experiences in the rainforest and the Andes she shared with us in this interview.
For her master's thesis in Visual and Media Anthropology Yumi Watanabe went to the Peruvian rainforest. She investigated the dreams that the Shipibo healers have during their trainings called dieta and analyzed them using scientific methodologies. In this interview, she talks about how she came across her research topic and her plans after her master studies.
Kristin Hessel (B.Sc. Media and Business Psychology at HMKW Cologne) was looking for a new challenge: She spent the last winter semester at Coventry University, an Erasmus partner university of HMKW. Here she tells us about exciting experiences, encounters with international students and how her semester abroad helped her in both personal and professional terms.