After successfully completing my Bachelor’s degree in Munich, I was able to begin my Master’s degree with a year abroad at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. Thanks to the scholarship of the Carl and Marisa Hahn Foundation, it is possible for me to complete half of my Master’s degree abroad. The international experience allows me to learn in working groups together with students from different continents and get to know their cultures and other ways of working.
Prof. Hahn’s commitment is also admirable outside the Foundation. It is inspiring how he works for equal access to education worldwide and actively supports this by building schools. To add to this the foundation helps wheelchair-bound people in Wolfsburg with the MarisaMobil to gain mobility and freedom.
The life’s work of Prof. Hahn makes it clear that it is close to his heart to help people all over the world and make their everyday life easier. I am thankful that I have personal contact with Prof. Hahn, which creates a very familiar atmosphere in the scholarship.
Many thanks for the support.
Through a newspaper article in Wolfsburg, I became aware of the scholarship of the Carl and Marisa Hahn Foundation and subsequently committed my application. At that time, I already had ca commitment to study at the ETH in Zurich/Switzerland, and therefore I was looking for scholarships that would also promote studying abroad. After an enjoyable conversation with Prof. Hahn, I got confirmation of the scholarship and a big financial burden of my studies was taken care of.
The Foundation also enabled me to spend a semester abroad at the National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan at the end of my Bachelor’s degree, thus allowing me to broaden my horizon not only professionally but also culturally. In the meantime, I have started my Master’s degree in computer science and I am happy to be able to count on the Foundation for this further education as well.
I would like to particularly highlight the extraordinarily friendly and uncomplicated contact with the Carl und Marisa Hahn Foundation from the very beginning, which enables me to interact with the Foundation far from Wolfsburg.
I would like to thank the Carl und Marisa Hahn Foundation for its support, and especially Prof. Hahn for his interest and commitment, and wish him all the best for the future.
During my one-year stay abroad at Volkswagen in Beijing, I already learned about the unique history that connects Dr. Hahn and the People’s Republic of China. Furthermore, Prof. Hahn impressed me with decades of loyalty to Volkswagen and also with the interesting way of his life in different countries and cultures. Because of this and my wish to be able to take advantage of new opportunities in the international business world by studying, I decided to send an application to the Carl and Marisa Hahn Foundation.
After an exiting conversation in Prof. Hahn’s office, the Foundation enabled me with a scholarship to start my studies in International Business at the Windesheim University of Applied Sciences in Zwolle, Netherlands.
I am very grateful to Prof. Hahn and the entire Foundation for their financial and personal support. I would also like to emphasise the helpfulness of all those involved.
First baccalaureate, then a Bachelor degree, followed by a PhD. Those were probably the thoughts that crossed my mind the most when I was just about to graduate from high school. While the academic pathway is a choice with a flourishing perspective, there are quite a few hurdles you can encounter along the way. For a motivated student the financial challenge can be the biggest issue. How would I be able to study full-time without interruptions or compromises in a difficult financial situation?
Fortunately, I encountered the Carl and Marisa Hahn Foundation. The uncomplicated and straight forward communication with the foundation, had me immediately convinced. Without losing time I got a fast response to my application and it was a positive one. A large part of my financial worries was therefore taken care of by the foundation and I was able to focus on my electronics studies at the Technical Univercity of Braunschweig.
I am impressed by the strong engagement of the foundation and its founder Prof Carl Hahn to promote more equality in the different areas of education and mobility.
I hope that my studies will enable me to master my subject so that I may contribute something to the field of technology and the future in general.
Finally, I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to the Carl and Marisa Hahn Foundation and the founder Professor Carl Hahn for their support.