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Joschua, a first-year student from Germany, tells us about his favourite courses in the practice-oriented Master of international Affairs programme, and shares his motivation for studying international affairs. This first-year student explains how the practice-oriented Master of International Affairs, with its foundation in quantitative skills, was the right choice for him.
When Fanny Ries (MIA 2017) arrived at the Hertie School, she wanted to work for the World Bank or IMF. That began to change when she took a class with Wolfgang Ischinger, chairman of the @munsecconf. She went on to intern for the German Ministry of Defence, and got hooked on security policy.⠀
"I never have to question why I am going to work. I always feel like there is a purpose behind it," she says.⠀
Today, still at the ministry, she helps shape Germany's cyber security policies.⠀
Read more about her path at the link in our bio.
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