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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?
What motivated me to obtain a degree in international relations and diplomacy was the fact that there is more to international relations than just politics. It focuses on a broad range of topics such as environmental issues, preservation of cultural property, technology and so on. Continue reading “Meet Vina, Bachelor Student at Paris Campus”
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: email@example.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!
James Brown, PhD.
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Borja Granzow, a Schiller Madrid Alumni, recently came by the university and we had the opportunity to ask him what was his experience was like here at Schiller International University. Let us read it from his own words:
“Firstly, attending Schiller was a boost, not only on my academic life, but also in my personal life. One of the most distinct ways Schiller has helped me in, would be in the International education that they provided. As it was the first time in my life that I was surrounded by so many nationalities and cultures all over the world. And being able to learn and adapt to each one of them, which has helped me in my job on a daily basis, as I worked with different nationalities and cultures every day.
After finishing at Schiller I was hired by a Spanish company, where I’ve been working for the last two years, in three different cities, Madrid, Lima and Santiago de Chile. The company I work for is a Freight forwarder , in which I have worked as a Logistics Operator. We arrange customs and international transportation of goods for companies imports and exports with a worldwide presence.
Surely, the greatest benefit of an international career is the possibility to learn about different cultures of people that are the same as you no matter your status or race and learning to work and adapt to them. Also , having the possibility to adapt yourself in that country in the future. “
Paris campus MA IRD student, Hobinirina Razafindramaka, wins UNESCO student video contest
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”: