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Newly elected Student Council at Heidelberg Campus!

Schiller International University – Heidelberg Campus, is extremely proud to announce the winning candidates for the Student Council Elections 2017!

A massive congratulations to everyone who ran in the election and took part in the campaign, and a huge thank you to everyone that voted – you’ve helped make the Students’ Union what it is.

The students of Schiller Heidelberg Campus will be represented by Baran Pourtahmaseb-Sasi (BA International Relationship and Diplomacy; right on picture), Donya Jahedmanesh (BS International Business; middle) and Darren Johnson (BS International Business; left).

Baran Pourtahmaseb-Sasi is a US Army Veteran, now studying his Bachelors in International Relations and Diplomacy. As President of Heidelberg’s Student Council, his vision is focused on improving the overall culture and experience of the student body in all possible aspects. By personally selecting his 6-member volunteer cabinet in addition to the elected Vice President and Treasurer, he is confident in setting a new Student Council standard at SIU.

Donya Jahedmanesh started her studies at SIU’s Madrid’s Campus in “International Tourism and Hotel Management“. In August 2017, she transferred to the Heidelberg Campus, as well as changed her degree to “International Business”. She is serving as the Student Council Vice President and her priorities include developing and ensuring that the plans and goals of the Student Council are met.

Darren Redrick Johnson, airborne war veteran, is an IB major who also serves as the Student Council Treasurer. His goals as Treasurer is to facilitate clubs for business students to utilize the tools they learn at Schiller and employ them for their personal growth, as well as the aid of the Student Council to improve the quality of life for the student body.

TOGETHER EVERYONE ACHIEVES MORE!

See also the  Student Council Elections 2017 results in the other Schiller campuses: Paris, Madrid, and Tampa.

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Meet Vina, Bachelor Student at Paris Campus

Meet Vina, our Bachelor student at Paris campus and see what she has to say in our interview.

 

Can you remember what your original motivation was for obtaining your degree? 
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Student Council 2017-2018

SIU Paris Student Council 2017 -2018

Student Council 2017-2018

Dear Students, Faculty and Staff

I am delighted to announce the election results of this year’s Student Council elections and the creation of the student council of the Paris campus of Schiller International University.  Participation in the election was fantastic with almost 3 out of 4 students voting. Congratulations and credit are due to the four students who campaigned for the student council. Many thanks for their dynamism and spirit!

Without further ado, here is your Student Council resulting from the Fall 2017 elections:

President – Ariana McAuley
Secretary – Rebeca Belkacemi
Treasurer – Thato Mphuti

Contact email: siuparisstudentcouncil@gmail.com

The Campus staff and faculty look forward to working them, just as I am sure the Campus student body looks forward to their drive and initiative!

Regards,

James Brown, PhD.
Director

Student Council 2017-2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Amazon Fulfillment Tour

Amazon Fulfillment Tour

Amazon Fulfillment Tour

At Schiller International University we want students to have the opportunity not only to develop their skills but also to take a look at what the corporate world looks like and also, what is waiting for them once they finish their degree. That is why our Professors frequently invest their time in finding opportunities to visit the facilities of some of the leading companies in the world.

 

Last week our students had the opportunity to visit Amazon Fulfillment Center in Madrid. Here, they saw firsthand all the logistics happening inside this leading tech giant. The visit was scheduled by our Professor Edgar Barroso, as part of the activities that our students have throughout the semester. It sure helped enrich the University experience and encouraged our students to further their knowledge in pursuit of their goals.

Amazon provides global online shopping from the world’s largest selection of books, magazines, music, electronics, computers, software, and much more. This tech giant whose slogan is “And you’re done”, has been a global leader for internet sales all over the world and is considered the most valuable retail brand.

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UNESCO student video contest

Paris campus MA IRD student, Hobinirina Razafindramaka, wins UNESCO student video contest

 

Unesco Hobinirina
    Congratulations to Paris campus MA IRD student, Hobinirina Razafindramaka, winner of today’s #IPDCtalks student video contest.
She impressed an international panel of judges by answering “Powering Sustainable Development with Access to Information”:
  • Why is access to information the critical currency for us to survive in the modern world?
  • What should duty-bearers (governments, the media, and international organizations) play to protect and promote the right to access to information?
  • And what kind of impact does it have for a sustainable future, e.g. with regards to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals?”

    Hobinirina’s winning video will be shared on the official UNESCO social media channels which will reach millions of people worldwide.

    Bravo Hobinirina!