Generation 2016

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Preparing to climb the professional ladder. Steadily climbing the personal ladder. Generally climbing a lot.

Mirna Vlahovic, Mangold Consulting, Stuttgart

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Like on top of the world, this internship has enabled me to expand my horizons and to see beyond…

Davor Zilic, Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt am Main

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An IT girl surrounded by consultants, socializing and laughing at a German joke. Stereotypes do not exist.

Mimoza Dili, MACS GmbH, Frankfurt am Main

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Working in one of the top IT companies in the world has always been my dream. But, what makes my internship even more awesome, is the possibility to travel every weekend, make new friends, spend great time with my flat mates, enjoy the beauty of Heidelberg..  what more can I ask for?

Angela Josifovska, SAP SE, Walldorf

 

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This was a life changing experience. It made me grow both professionally and personally. Besides professional experience I even got something more important – lifelong friends. I am so grateful for this opportunity because I actually got to see how some projects are executed and how everything looks in real life. Living alone was a challenge but it helped me to get to know myself better and make some important decisions. I have visited a lot of places in Germany and the surrounding countries, and I believe traveling is what makes people richer especially when you travel with a great group of people. I had an opportunity to interact with people from different cultures but first of all to get to know  German culture and improve my language skills. So, thank you Germany!

Nikolina Govedarica, Beak Consultants GmbH, Freiberg

 

This opportunity was really one of those moments where you define your personality and Hamburg is the perfect place to do that. “Hamburg was really like our apprenticeship, learning how to play in front of people”, said George Harrison. And just like the Beatles, this experience in Hamburg gave me a meaningful insight of what the professional life is and how I can attribute with my knowledge in such a working environment and hopefully, to leave a mark.

Ana Tomikj, GFA Consulting Group GmbH, Hamburg

 

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I felt that this experience really changed my outlook on what the international experience should be. I have felt so welcomed by colleagues, by the city, and by the culture, that the change never felt like a change from home. I can only look forward to the experiences to come, to be a part of the culture, and to enjoy myself on the way.

Antonio Bosnjak, GFA Consulting Group GmbH, Hamburg

picture2First of all, I must point out that Germany was a life changing experience that went beyond my expectations. The knowledge I acquired there will be indispensable on the career path I pursue. Furthermore, the time spent there allowed me to become more aware of the differences in the way of life and it has certainly made me more open-minded. Being an intern in Germany is very enlightening and I’m looking forward to putting my newly acquired skills to practice.

Marija Hristova, Allianz SE, Munich

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I was a bit sad because I thought I will not have vacation this summer. It turns out I have a great summer vacation combined with a great experience.

Amina Sljivo, Robert Bosch GmbH, Renningen

 

 

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Internship time – time which proves life can be a fairy tale.

Maja Trumic, Robert Bosch GmbH, Renningen

 

capture I asked for a working experience, but what i found was a living experience….
I learned how worth is to be “ME”. Because of being myself I understood that “I can” is always possible. 

Lorisa Dimo, Dirk Rossmann GmbH, Burgwedel

20160919_141737I know it sounds like a cliché, but this internship really is one of the best things that happened to me. An incredible opportunity to learn a lot, develop both professionally and personally, travel the whole Germany, and make friends for a lifetime. And no, it wasn’t all perfect, but I kind of started to look at some things as challenges, not problems. All in all, this was an absolutely unique experience, I had a lot of fun, and made lifelong memories with some really awesome people!

Anja Vargovic, Regiocom GmbH, Magdeburg

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New friendly environment, amazing people, wonderful friendships, unforgettable trips, German improvement and the greatest working team in office in which I learned so much – all this is summary of the happiest three months I had so far.

Marija Stankovic, Popovic Architekten, Göppingen

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Everything started with one simple scholarship presentation. Nothing special.One scholarship interview. Nothing special.One phone call from my future boss. Nothing special.The internship in Germany in Fraunhofer institute. Sounds great but still nothing special.All alone in some German town called Leipzig. Interesting, but nothing special.My own workplace. Regular, nothing special.A few new colleagues. Nice guys but nothing special.

However, personal experience of all above mentioned situations is something that really makes a differences. All the people I met, all the conversations I had, all the places I have seen, all the new things I have tried, all the experiences… somehow became very special. Life changing I would say. It cannot really be described, you should come and try yourself – that’s what makes it so special.Everything started with one simple scholarship presentation. Nothing special.One scholarship interview. Nothing special.One phone call from my future boss. Nothing special.The internship in Germany in Fraunhofer institute. Sounds great but still nothing special.All alone in some German town called Leipzig. Interesting, but nothing special.My own workplace. Regular, nothing special.A few new colleagues. Nice guys but nothing special.However, personal experience of all abovementioned situations is something that really makes a differences. All the people I met, all the conversations I had, all the places I have seen, all the new things I have tried, all the experiences… somehow became very special. Life changing I would say. It cannot really be described, you should come and try yourself – that’s what makes it so special.

Nikola Konjusak, Fraunhofer MOEZ, Leipzig

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This internship is a true refreshment in my life.

New friends; new cultures; new languages; new solutions in my area of studies; new ways of organizing my life.

All optimistic and that really is a big change.These things are my motivation for new ideas, new plans and hopefully, new successes.

Milica Lalic, Robert Bosch GmbH, Renningen

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