The Romance Studies programme deals with the history, literature and culture of Romance languages. Paloma Seger has chosen to study Italian and Spanish and has lived in Trieste and Mexico City for some time during her studies. Studying at a small university increases the chances of finding a place to study abroad. In this interview, she tells us what she likes about studying here and also, why she is drawn to faraway places.
Namita Herzl studies Philosophy. She enthuses about the freedom of curriculum choices, the discussions with professors and her love of wisdom. Where she sees herself professionally, what she wants to give to others and why she prefers studying in Klagenfurt to studying in Vienna, she tells us in this interview.
Today, visual media have a greater impact than ever before – they inspire, manipulate, generate emotions and spread faster than ever before. Visual skills are increasingly becoming a key qualification. Michaela Mak has chosen to study the master’s programme Visual Culture. In this interview, the art and culture enthusiast from Finkenstein tells us why she chose the programme and why Klagenfurt, in particular, is convincing.
Maria Kravanja, 21 years old from Villach, studies Applied Cultural Studies (AKuWi) at the University of Klagenfurt. She already spoke to us about her life in her self-constructed Tiny House in an interview. As a First Generation Student, she is the first one to study in her family. She talks to us about the path that led her to study, her professional goal of becoming a scientist and tells us what advice she would like to give to freshers who do not have an academic family background.