Raiffeisen supports MCI students in realizing their studies abroad – The 2019 Awards go to Tamina Freund (Master International Health & Social Management) and Delia Sumesgutner (Bachelor Bio- & Food Technology)
As a long-standing partner and sponsor of the Entrepreneurial School®, Raiffeisen-Landesbank Tirol AG values academic education as an important social asset and central resource for personal development, an objective which MCI's internationally oriented courses ideally demonstrate. Stemming from this, the idea of the "Raiffeisen Award for Students" emerged from the long-standing cooperation between Raiffeisen and the MCI, which supports students in their studies abroad, which are integrated into the curriculum.
This year's awards go to Tamina Freund from the Master's program "International Health & Social Management" and to Delia Sumesgutner from the Bachelor's program "Bio- & Food Technology".
With the generous support of Raiffeisen, Tamina Freund will spend her semester abroad at the renowned Murdoch University in Australia. This university was chosen not only because of the array of subjects on offer, but also because of the opportunity to work and learn together on projects with students from various cultural and academic backgrounds.
Delia Sumesgutner was absorbed the National University of Singapore (NUS), one of the best-rated universities in the world, as a place to spend her semester abroad. The relevant courses and laboratory units offered there ideally complement the curriculum at the MCI. In addition, she will improve her specialist English skills.
The Raiffeisen-Landesbank Tirol and the Entrepreneurial School® congratulate the award winners and wish them every success in achieving their study goals.