CAU scholarship holders studying in China

Travel blog of Antonia Kehl

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Zwei Studenten und eine Tasse Kaffee

 

 

Jan-Ole Voß

Jan-Ole Voß

Ich bin Ole, ich habe Politikwissenschaft an der CAU studiert, von 2016 bis 2017 lernte ich Chinesisch im Chinazentrum. Um Interkulturelle und Sprachliche Erfahrungen zu erwerben bin ich mit Hilfe eines Stipendiums nach Ningbo, hier studiere ich nun Chinese Language. Die Unterschiede zu Deutschland und Europa sind gigantisch aber gerade deshalb ist dieses Land sehr faszinierend.

 

 

Swaantje Otto

Zwei Studenten und eine Tasse Kaffee

Swaantje Otto hat am Chinazentrum begonnen, Chinesisch zu lernen, und das Sprachstudium 2017 mit dem Studienzertifikat Asien-Afrika-Studien abgeschlossen. Sie hat in drei Semestern freiwillige Spracheinführungs- und Lektürekurse angeboten. Die Weiterbildung erfolgte am Konfuzius-Institut Hamburg, wo ihr Sprachniveau zuletzt mit HSK 4 (ER B 2) geprüft wurde. Derzeit arbeitet sie neben dem Hauptstudium als Übersetzerin für den Europäischen Universitätsverlag Bochum. Sie plant einen Studienaufenthalt in Peking ab Winter 2018.

 

Veit LehmanLehman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Veit Lehmann studierte Geschichte und Anglistik/Nordamerikanistik an der CAU. Nach einem Erasmusaufenthalt in Frankreich wollte er sein internationales Profil schaerfen und entschloss sich am einjaehrigen China
Studies Programm in Hangzhou teilzunehmen. Er erwartet von dem Studienaufenthalt von 2015 bis 2016 vor allem kulturelle Erfahrungen, auf die sich das Programm bislang auch beschraenkt.

 

Christian Hinneburg

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Christian is studying Economics at the CAU. In 2013-2014 he learned Chinese at the China Centre, travelling to China in 2014. He visited Shanghai, Beijing and Huangshan and enjoyed the trip immensely.

 


Sandra KörgersandraK

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After completing her Economics degree with Business Chinese as an elective, Sandra wanted to change direction professionally and also improve her Chinese. The Master of China Studies at Zhejiang University offered her the chance to combine both.

 

Katharina Keselingkatharina

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From 2008 to 2013 Katharina studied Law at the CAU. During her studies, she took courses in Chinese and decided to spend a year in China directly after completing her degree. She was awarded the one-year scholarship for 2013-2014.

 


Maximilian Dullomax

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I'm an Economics student at Kiel University. Since September 2013 I've been enjoying the benefits of a full Zhejiang University Scholarship.

 

Kristina BaumertkristinaB

 

Kristina studied  law at Kiel University from 2008 to 2013. On completing her first state examination, she decided to go abroad. The Chinese Law (LL.M) programme at Zhejiang University is particularly well suited for students like Kristina. She was awarded the Chinese Government Scholarship and studied for two years in Hangzhou. .

 

 Przemek Uhluhl

 

is a Master's student of Archaeology and Slavic studies. He spent a year abroad (double Master) in Hangzhou and has now returned to Kiel. His studies in China have changed and enriched his life in many ways.

 

 Ann Sophie Wolfannsophie

 

I was a CAU student, reading Empirical Linguistics and Frisian Philology. In September 2013 I was awarded a Zhejiang University scholarship to study in Hangzhou, where I enjoyed living and studying immensely, although it couldn't be more different from Germany. I had to get used to many different things, and there are probably some things I will never get accustomed to. I'm convinced the decision to study at Zhejiang was the right move for me!

 

 Tobias ZelliertobiasZ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

studied Portuguese and Spanish Philology (Romance Philology) and spent a year in China (August 2013-July 2014).

 

Nathalie Stelzernathalie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I've finished my Economics degree in Kiel, and after three months of Mandarin Chinese, my curiosity for China was well and truly awoken. I applied for a study grant and was awarded a direct exchange scholarship by Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, China. I took Chinese Studies there as part of my Master.

 

 Anna Lara ErnstAnna_Lara

 

 

I took a Biology degree in Kiel (2010-2013) and during my studies learnt Chinese for 2 years. The 2013/2014 direct exchange scholarship made my dream of visiting China come true. Having finished in Kiel, I took intensive Chinese courses and Masters courses in Medicine and Biology until July 2014, after which I started my Masters degree in Germany.



Philipp Hedfeldphilipp

 

 

is a teacher in Schleswig-Holstein, having studied School Management from 2009 to 2012. Because he couldn't work as a foreign language teacher, the scholarship offered him the chance to spend a year abroad. After a successful study year in Hangzhou, he returned to Germany.