ICEUS Alumni share their experience
...what do ICEUS alumni say about the Master's programme in retrospect? They share their experiences with us in video messages.
...studied ICEUS from 2016 to 2018.
She describes the Master's programme as great structured, multifaceted and highly interesting. Anyone interested in interculturality, global issues and the EU should definitely look at it. She did her internship in the third semester at a German language institute in Costa Rica and she even decided to dedicate her Master´s thesis to German-Costa Rican relations afterwards.
...studied ICEUS from 2016 to 2018.
She says it was one of the best and most formative times in her life so far. During her studies, intercultural communication is experienced and lived. She did her internship at the Minority Rights Group International in London. Today, Anna works at the Caritasverband für die Diözese Osnabrück e.V. where she takes part in the department of project development and migration.
...studied ICEUS from 2011 to 2013.
Looking back, she fondly remembers her time in Fulda, the trips to Strasbourg and Brussels and her internship in Berlin. Nini describes the mixture of intercultural communication and European studies as something very unique.
Dorina Dedgjoni, ICEUS-14:
ICEUS provides an excellent opportunity for merging in-depth academic knowledge and valuable experience of working in a multicultural environment. It is an academically challenging program which confronts the Intercultural Communication and European Studies topics not only with new methodological approaches, but also with new ways of working in a globalized world. Studying ICEUS has given me the chance to learn from diversity and embrace new ways of thinking, by participating in discussions and sharing experiences with highly motivated colleagues from all over the world. The internship during the master’s program allows you to build up experience, confidence and further career opportunities within multicultural teams. Most significantly for me, ICEUS opened the doors towards a further educational pathway, by giving me the opportunity to pursue a PhD within a stimulating and interacting international scientific environment at the Graduate Center in Social Sciences for Globalization, European Integration, Intercultural Studies of Hochschule Fulda University of Applied Sciences.
David Alejandro Muñiz-Hernandez, ICEUS-17:
The ICEUS program of the Department of Social and Cultural Sciences at the University Fulda gave me a unique opportunity to focus on areas of intercultural communication theory, European law, globalization and European integration. Not only has my master’s degree strengthened my critical thinking tremendously but opened up a new horizon of career options. I was recently given the opportunity to pursue my research through a PhD position at the University of Fulda. The University of Applied Sciences of Fulda provides the most collaborative environment for graduate student researchers I have encountered thus far. Bringing together researchers from multiple fields in one center not only promotes keeping up-to-date with research in different fields, but also provides opportunities for collaboration and fresh perspectives on your own research. Through my experiences at the Department of Social and Cultural Sciences, I have made life-long connections and keep developing skills and techniques which will pave the start to a career in research.
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