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Graduate MSc Global Logistics and SCM 2017
I would consider myself as really ambitious. It is always important to leave no stone unturned and walk that extra mile for success.
Why I wanted to study at KLU:
There were many reasons. First of all the whole concept sounded really interesting and there are rare possibilities to work with people from different countries all over the world within your studies. Education is very important and I believed that this would be a good investment for my future development.
This is what Jan is up to:
I really enjoy spending time at the gym or the golf course. These are the places where you don’t have to worry about anything and just take some time off.
These are the subjects which Jan can also help you on:
I would love to say golf, but I am not as professional as I would like to be. I can give you some advices when it comes to fitness or general questions about the KLU and logistics processes. In my opinion logistics is not only very interesting but also very fascinating. For further questions concerning Hamburg or anything else feel free to contact me J.
Jan’s tips for Hamburg:
I guess most people would say Reeperbahn, but Hamburg offers many nice places. It’s definitely worth to see the Alster or take a harbor boat trip. Furthermore when the sun is shining, the Hafencity can also be a nice place to visit.
What is one piece of advice Jan would give to a prospective student interested in KLU?
Visit the university and get your own impression. After that you definitely want to apply ;-). Working on your English skills would also be important, as this is mandatory for studies.
What Jan hopes to do after graduation:
Work as a supply chain manager in a big international company.
What Jan likes the most about KLU:
- The facility, located close to the water and all the nice people who work and study here
- Multi-cultural environment with people from all over the world
- Nice working atmosphere
It’s definitely worth to apply, because this a decision you will never regret.
Jan can answer your questions in the following languages:
English and German