What does a chemist do when she realises that she doesn’t enjoy working in a lab? She takes up International Business and Economics at the University of Klagenfurt and gains the necessary tools to enter a managerial position – perhaps in a chemical company – in the future. Janna Despriet Roig, from Spain, tells us how this decision brought her to Klagenfurt.
We asked our international student Gian Marco Palazzoni, who is enrolled in the Bachelor’s Programme International Business and Economics, why he came to Klagenfurt and what he likes about studying here.
In her doctoral thesis, Julia Katharina Kubelka asks people where they belong and what belonging means to them. She believes that the question is especially pertinent at a time when (political, social and personal) belonging is at the centre of public debate more than ever before.
Marco Tikvic is studying Business Administration at the University of Klagenfurt. After finishing school, he was able to gain professional experiences in the private sector and also decided to start studying at the same time. We met him for an interview.