BSc International Logistics Management and Engineering | 2014
MSc International Logistics Management and Engineering | 2016
Current Position: Consultant at zeroG GmbH, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
zeroG is a digital consulting startup within Lufthansa Group, one of the world's largest aviation groups. As a Consultant in the field of big data analytics and business intelligence, I help leading airlines get valuable business insights out of their operational data. Currently, I am working for one of the major digitalization program within Lufthansa German Airlines - where I am responsible for performance tracking, reporting and business intelligence for all the digital initiatives carried out within the program.
What attracted you to Jacobs out of all the other possibilities you were considering?
Jacobs was definitely my to-go choice because of two reasons: generous scholarship & international community. Back then, my undergraduate applications were mostly focused on US and UK colleges/universities. Amidst those two potential destinations, Jacobs gave a solid mix of world-class education, vibrant international environment and affordability. Once I received my admissions letter, it was a no-brainer to come to Jacobs.
“It taught me to judge humanity above nationality, culture or religion.“
What did Jacobs do for you that you were not expecting?
Jacobs gave me eyes to look at the world with a completely different angle. It taught me to judge humanity above nationality, culture or religion. In the span of 5 years, I met people from all over the world and in some way, they became my family away from home. The intercultural competence & interpersonal skills that I gained at Jacobs definitely helps me standout in my professional environment every day when I deal with my clients and partners.
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A Degree from Jacobs Gives You Wings! Students always ask us where a degree from Jacobs can take them – what are the career prospects of our alumni? Below you can read about what Aman Bhattarai, who graduated in 2016, is doing with his degree.more...
Aman Bhattarai: One Year after the Earthquake The images went around the world. Images of mountains of rubble. Images of injured people being rescued from the ruins of their homes. Images of helpless people, who became homeless overnight. On April 25 it will be one year since the devastating earthquake in Nepal, a second earthquake followed on May 12. 8,900 people lost their lives, 600,000 homes were destroyed, including many schools. Aman Bhattarai, Nepalese student at Jacobs University in Bremen, initiated a spontaneous aid campaign at the time. Reconstruction is not the only challenge facing his native country, he says. more...
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