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!
The Berliner Emilie Fehse devotes herself to her graphic design studies with great enthusiasm as well as a good portion of curiosity. Her studies give her the opportunity to delve deeply into the various subfields of design and explore them. In this interview, she talks about the projects she enjoyed the most so far and tells us why and to whom she would recommend the study program.
Her degree in business psychology prepared Vedanti Shinde in the best possible way for her current day-to-day work at a Berlin-based artificial intelligence startup. In the following interview, she tells us about her responsibilities as a People and Culture Specialist and describes how her studies help her in her work routine.
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.
Léon Brunetzki-Strunk is in his first semester of B.A. in Digital Marketing and E-Commerce at HMKW Berlin. Here he reports on what he likes most about his studies so far, which courses he is particularly enthusiastic about, and what tips he would like to give prospective students for the application process.
Annabell Duda is in her first semester of B.A. Game Design and Interactive Media at HMKW Cologne. Due to the Corona pandemic, teaching has so far taken place online. Nevertheless, the student is happy about her choice of study and would like to encourage prospective students to apply.
Marcel Wedekind is passionate about design since his school days. After completing his dual studies at HMKW Berlin, he now works as a graphic designer at Jobufo, a Berlin-based HR tech startup, where he plays a key role in developing the user experience and the user interface. In a short interview, Marcel told us more about the most valuable experiences he gained during his studies and the challenges he faces in his day-to-day work.
Alicia Hänsel finished her Bachelors’ degree in Media and Business Psychology at HMKW in Frankfurt with an outstanding evaluation. The topic of her thesis is interesting enough for the abstract to be featured in a scientific magazine. She gained experience as a working student in a coaching company and is planning on improving her skills in a Masters’ program in Business Psychology next semester.
Meret Gesierich successfully completed her dual degree in media and event management in 2019 - and was able to join a full-service event agency straight after graduation. But then suddenly a lot of flexibility was required, due to the pandemic that intervened. Fortunately, Meret was able to change jobs quickly and found a permanent position as an event manager in the field of press and public relations. In this interview, she told us more about her current job and the advantages of the dual study program at HMKW.
Lisa Pommerening's biggest dream for the time after her dual studies in graphic design and visual communication: joining the Berlin film and TV production company STORY HOUSE Productions as a permanent employee. Not only did she complete her practical year here, but she also continues to work for the company as a student trainee. In the following interview, she told us about the advantages of the dual study program at HMKW and what she would like to focus on in her bachelor's thesis.