THE HILTI FELLOWSHIP

Designed to create the cornerstone for a successful future.

The Hilti Fellowship offers excellent students the opportunity to be part of an international project team at Hilti while they attend lectures and seminars in the Master’s Programme in Information Systems at the University of Liechtenstein.

The Hilti Fellowship is primarily aimed at Master’s students from fields like information systems, business, and management; however, doctoral students and Bachelor’s students who will complete their studies in the near future and plan to pursue a Master’s degree in the following semester can also apply.

Because of visa regulations in Liechtenstein, the programme is open to EU/EEA and Swiss citizens.

Participants work on real projects at Hilti three days a week and attend the Master’s Programme in Information Systems on the other two days.

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QUICK FACTS

The Hilti Fellowship at a glance
 

Programme start: September or February

Duration: One semester

Intake: Max. three students

Working language at Hilti und teaching language at the University of Liechtenstein: English

Application deadlines: 30 April for the September intake and 31 October for the February intake

Salary: The Hilti Fellowship is a paid internship; the salary covers the cost of living in Liechtenstein.

Further information: Hilti website

TESTIMONIALS

Students from all over the world have already taken part in the Hilti Fellowship.

Elena Gorbacheva

Elena Gorbacheva

University of Münster, Germany
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Jan Huck

Jan Huck

University of Liechtenstein
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Klaus Hurme

Klaus Hurme

Tampere University of Technology, Finland
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Ella Iivanainen

Ella Iivanainen

Turku School of Economics at the University of Turku, Finland
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Tiina Konkola

Tiina Konkola

Turku School of Economics at the University of Turku, Finland
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Adna Kocan

Adna Kocan

University of Liechtenstein
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Ralf Plattfaut

Ralf Plattfaut

University of Münster, Germany
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Joonatan Voltti

Joonatan Voltti

Turku School of Economics at the University of Turku, Finland
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