OUR STUDENT AMBASSADORS

First-hand information from current students

Are you interested in the Master’s Programme in Information Systems but are still not sure whether it is the right programme for you? Do you have questions about the study programme, admission requirements, student life, or the cost of living?

Contact our student ambassadors!

Our student ambassadors are currently studying Information Systems at the University of Liechtenstein and will be happy to help you find answers to your questions. You can reach Alicia, Johannes, Luiza, Marina, Saskia, and Shaho at any time by e-mail.

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Riley Corbett, USA

The University of Liechtenstein offers the perfect international atmosphere with the gift of a community that is like a tight-knit family. Students here grow tremendously and are pushed and challenged to achieve excellence.

riley.corbett@uni.li

 

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Marina Hagen-Canaval, Austria:

"I study Information Systems at the University of Liechtenstein because the degree programme is topical and practical and allows students to spend a semester abroad.

marina.hagen@uni.li

 

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Vivien Heinecke, Germany:

"The Master’s degree programme in Information Systems combines a family-like atmosphere with international student teams and lots of opportunities to work with companies from the Rhine Valley. "

vivien.heinecke@uni.li

 

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Jan Huck, Germany:

"With small classes and a personal atmosphere, the University of Liechtenstein is probably the only place in Europe where all your professors know you by name."

jan.huck@uni.li

 

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Engelbert Lüchinger, Switzerland:

"During your studies at the University of Liechtenstein, you will have several opportunities to work with local companies on interesting, practical projects."

engelbert.luechinger@uni.li 

 

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Katharina Schwartz, Germany:

"I appreciate the close mentoring relationship between faculty and students at the University of Liechtenstein. Information Systems students from Liechtenstein are well-prepared for the future."

katharina.schwartz@uni.li