Paula Bussmann holds a scholarship from the Kamp-Lintfort University of Applied Sciences

Financing of the Deutschlandstipendium
Paula Bussmann is a university fellow

Paulina Bussmann is one of the 58 students of the Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences to benefit from the German scholarship.

Student Paula Bußmann has now had the opportunity to meet her supporters of the Campus Camp-Lintfort association and the university’s president, Oliver Locker-Grütjen, in person. With the Deutschlandstipendium, Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences students with outstanding achievements and special professional or social commitment receive financial and non-material support. In the funding year 2021/22, 58 students can again benefit from the funding. One of them is Paulina Bußmann, a seventh semester student of industrial and organizational psychology. Andreas Kaudelka, managing director of Stadtwerke Kamp-Lintfort and president of the association, and Brigitte Jansen, board member of wir4 business development, network partner and managing director of CCL, were delighted with the opportunity to personally meet Paulina Bussmann on campus .

Scholarship holder Paulina Bußmann reported what the scholarship in Germany means to her and how happy she is at the opportunity to get to know each other and network. “The integration of the university in the regional context is one of the objectives of the Campus Kamp-Lintfort association. In particular, this also includes supporting contacts between students and companies in the region, ”explains Brigitte Jansen. The scholarship has many benefits for Paulina Bussmann. “The scholarship put me in contact with interesting companies and I was able to expand my network. Thanks to the financial support, I was able to complete my practical semester, which I completed in a company in Hamburg ”. The networking of sponsors with fellows is one of the goals of the Deutschlandstipendium.

“The networking of the regional economy and university is a major concern for us as a supporting association. As a result of taking on scholarships in Germany, many personal contacts between students and companies have developed over the years, from which student projects, internships or theses have developed and which offer a perspective for employment in companies of the region “, reports Andreas Kaudelka, president of the association. Paulina Bussmann is currently writing her thesis on the subject of collaborations and their success and measurability factors. She wants to do a master’s degree.

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