Study in Dublin and Los Angeles completed during the first semester week of the SRH University for logistics and business Hamm spoke on Friday (27.09.2013) four SRH students Christian Nordhoff, Oliver Maassen, Adrian Kisser and Jannik Rottgen titled semester abroad”and told with vivid images about their stay abroad in Los Angeles and Dublin. The lecture was held in the framework of the so-called lunch-time, a regular popular platform for the exchange of ideas between teachers and learners. The logistics students have Nordhoff, Maassen, Kisser and get a coveted by many students semester study abroad and have flown mid-August 2012 for a semester at the California State University Long Beach (CSULB). Jannik Rottgen was Dublin business school in Ireland from August 2011 until June 2012 and completed there his Bachelor in foreign countries. On the question of whether it had been difficult to study, Rottgen said in Dublin: No! It was not easy.” His conclusion: A year is very fast past but in addition to all the effort the good experiences far outweigh. Is to replace a memorable year with no money in the world.” A semester abroad is a must for the logistical work world, Christian Nordhoff. Oliver Maassen added: “We are very grateful that the SRH has opened this opportunity with high personal commitment.” “Dr.
Haridass Palmke, Director of the International Office is responsible for the provision of SRH students at foreign universities: for the students themselves, it is a big step in the direction of not only academic study of international experience, but above all also personally a great way to develop”, Palmke said. The documents of semesters abroad during their studies will increasingly demand and actively promoted by the SRH University Hamm. And comparable study services provided abroad, will be deducted from the German study. Prof. Opitz, Rector of the SRH University Hamm, discusses the importance of the Labour market: “a student who has experience abroad, has asserted itself already in a culturally and linguistically different environment. In this respect – or – can do more!