Employability (made) in Germany

Inside the German-American Career Landscape

Join our dynamic panel, during which a range of academic experts and German business leaders in the U.S. discuss opportunities for those interested in academic exchanges for careers at U.S.-based German companies. We invite students, alumni and U.S-based German businesses as well as interested parties to join us for the event. The event will conclude with an informal networking reception.

Speakers

Ann Burger
Associate Director for Study Abroad & Exchange Programs
Wichita State University

Mario Kratsch
Vice President
German American Chamber of Commerce of the Midwest, Inc.

Andreas Zaby
President
Berlin School of Economics and Law, UAS7

Mathias Haake
Mass Properties Engineer; Lecturer
Airbus Operations GmbH, Hamburg; Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (HAW Hamburg)

Gil Perez-Abraham
Head of Engineering – Projects
Airbus Americas, Inc, Wichita, KS

Suzy Finn
MBA alumna, participant in study abroad program in Berlin

Joshua Richardson
WSU student, participant in study abroad program in Hamburg; intern at Airbus Americas, Inc, Wichita, KS

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Event Information

September 11, 2019, 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Wichita, KS
Organizer: UAS7, Wichita State University, Berlin School of Economics and Law, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, German Center for Research and Innovation (DWIH NY)


The series

The UAS7 — an alliance of seven German universities of applied science — is celebrating the “Year of German-American Friendship,” or “Deutschlandjahr 2018/19,” by bringing its unique expertise in applied science education to five universities across the US to strengthen and promote opportunities for working and studying in Germany.

Under the headline “Employability (made) in Germany,” UAS7, its member universities of applied sciences and its partners in the U.S. will hold events that showcase Germany’s expertise in the fields of university-industry collaborations, dual-study programs, apprenticeships, and educational concepts of applied teaching and research. The project aims to strengthen current transatlantic relationships with universities and industry partners and establish new collaborations by offering sustainable study, internship and work opportunities to excellent engineering and business students from both sides of the Atlantic.

Various formal and informal programs will provide information on career paths at German companies operating in the US and opportunities for study, internships, research and careers in Germany for US students, researchers and alumni.

Location

Wichita State University

Address: Rhatigan Student Center (RSC)
Ballroom, 3rd floor
Wichita, KS 67260