…Varunkumar Prathapam Srinivasan. Leaving family and friends behind and venturing into a brand-new continent is not an easy task. Yet there are some brave ones who take the leap and go study abroad, in pursuit of a fascinating experience and a more attractive future. Today we meet one of these adventurous souls, Varunkumar, a master’s student who exchanged the sun of Chennai in India for the umbrella in Hamburg. With him, we discover the challenges of moving to a new country in the middle of a pandemic and the growth coming from figuring out life far away from the comforts of home.
…Max Nowosad. Thousands of hours of hard work are behind the medals of our impressive KLU alumnus, swimmer Max Nowosad. In conversation with him, we dive into the topics of how to make the student life at KLU and the strong discipline of an Olympic level athlete compatible, and how to put your brain at the service of your purpose in life, overcoming your biggest challenges.
From a sparking idea during a family dinner to becoming the only company producing 100% sustainable yoga mats and accessories in Germany. We get to know the Homfeld brothers, the founders of Southern Shores, who also have sit in KLU classrooms. They explain to us the ups and downs of entrepreneurship, how to overcome challenges, how does it feel to assume risks, and how to keep faithful to your values while making your business work.
In Port and Learning: KLU Stories - Meet Anne Sophie Brenk, a self-made musician with a contagious vibe.
...Ann-Sophie Brenk. On Campus, she is an involved student and an excellent team-mate for assignments; out of KLU, a self-made musician with a contagious vibe. We talk with Management student Ann-Sophie Brenk about her passion for music and how creativity goes beyond the arts.
In Port and Learning: KLU Stories - Meet Philipp Zimmer and discover the tools of an A class student.
…Philipp Zimmer. One of the best students that has passed through the classrooms of KLU, Philipp is the real-life example that pointing to the stars makes the impossible possible. After graduating with the highest grade at KLU, he got accepted in some of the most prestigious universities in the world, including Columbia University and the MIT, where he finally decided to enroll. We talk about his experience at KLU and his path to success, and discover the tools of an A class student.