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EBS students are WiWi Talents

29 August 2018 | By:
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Again, two students in the prestigious top-flight academic programme

The winners of the 27th round of the WiWi Talent Programme have been announced. This year, two of the 17 most talented students are from the EBS Universität.

For many years now, the Chair of Strategic Marketing under the leadership of EBS Professor Roland Mattmüller has had the opportunity to propose talented students for the WiWi Talents Top-Flight Academic Programme. This year, two students made it to the top. Aliena Theresa Mutter made an impressive impact with her outstanding academic achievements, which put her in 2nd place out of 164 students in her year’s ranking. Marie-Sophie Rasch, a scholarship holder of the German National Academic Foundation, also belongs to the top 4% of her class. “In addition to the willingness to perform and the ability to work in a team, what counts most for us is personality. We are pleased when students at the university become involved in social projects or open up to foreign cultures during a semester abroad,” says Professor Mattmüller.

As part of the promotion of WiWi talents, students of economics and related fields are supported in their education and personal development. Through intensive networking between the talents and numerous companies, the programme supports the development of future specialists and managers for more than 500 well-known companies in German-speaking countries. The chosen talents are given the opportunity to present their curriculum vitae in the °WiWi-Talents Book” which is then made available to HR decision-makers from cooperating companies.

At the same time, the chairs which have contributed to the talented students’ successful application, and with that to the proven success of a practice-oriented education, receive an WiWi-online award. “With the WiWi-Talents seal, we recognize the exemplary support for a sustainable and career-promoting programme. In particular, the seal is a tribute to the chairs that support their students and set a good example in counteracting the shortage of skilled workers,” says Christina Cornehl, Head of the WiWi-Talents Programme.

Further information on: https://www.wiwi-online.de/WiWi-Talents

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