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.
Design that has an impact on society: In her bachelor thesis, Nadin Reichbodt developed a campaign that aims to draw attention to the situation of homeless people. In the interview, she told us why this topic was particularly appealing to her and what specific experiences from her studies at HMKW Berlin she is taking with her into her professional life.
Sophie Langenbrinck (B.A. Graphic Design and Visual Communication) has almost finished her studies and will soon be starting her professional life in Cologne. In this interview, she looks back with us on her most memorable experiences during her studies, diverse and challenging practical projects, and her bachelor project "Talente in Rente".
What is particularly appealing about studying the International Marketing and Media Management master's program? Student Hugo Delgado talked to us about his biggest learnings and challenges. In this interview, he also shares exciting insights into his work as a student trainee at Germany's largest credit portal, Smava, as well as practical tips for international first-year students.
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.
The last semester was really special for Robin Graf, a media and business psychology student at the Frankfurt Campus, and not just because of distance learning. After his internship at the big player Ferrero, he now has a permanent position at the start-up myPension.
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.
At the Frankfurt-based startup Mindfulife, Ivona Rimac worked intensively on the topics of mindfulness and meditation. Due to current conditions, she worked from home and acquired new knowledge in the areas of online marketing and search engine optimization. Ivona is studying Media and Event Management at the Frankfurt Campus.
Beina Xu, graduate of M.A. Visual and Media Anthropology, successfully entered the media industry: After her master's degree, she now works as an editor and video producer at Deutsche Welle. We talked to her about her career entry, her first (even award-winning) film project and the greatest challenges of her journalistic work.