Hadji-Mary Cissé moved to Denmark from France in a game-changing career move. Now the 29-year-old is experiencing the rush of a dynamic internship
We all have passions or hobbies in life. Not too many of us get to live our passions daily and many others are caught up in the world. But what is the real difference between a Career and a Job?
Hybrid Degrees student Ramandeep Singh from India finished his first semester online and is already living the Scandinavian dream in Denmark.
Services, Hospitality, and Tourism Management student Minh Chau Ha, chose the path of entrepreneurship and did her internship in her own company, a Vietnamese food truck in Denmark.
Bianca Bradescu from Romania is part of the researchers’ team within the Services and Hospitality industry. Nowadays she is engaged in a project aimed to analyze the value of volunteerism in the tourism sector.
21-year old Martin Glubis from the Czech Republic decided to follow his dreams and start an escape games company in Denmark.
Sabina Lama from Nepal is one of our Hybrid Degrees students who gladly accepted to share her experience so far and how the study programme will help her in the future.
Organizing an international conference, doing research, coordinating students, managing a website, and dealing with several ad-hoc assignments might sound almost impossible for most, but for Katerina Anna Plitsi, this is called a normal internship day. Spoiler alert: The International Hospitality Management student really enjoys it.
The pandemic allows Sarah Bandona to live her dream and become a wedding planner in her own company called SBK Weddings. She is currently working hard to plan her first wedding.
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