From Vancouver Island to Kuala Lumpur

Scholarship holders of the Richard-Müller-Stiftung with the Foundation Board. © Hochschulkommunikation | Hochschule RheinMain

Professor Heiko Schön from Wiesbaden Business School presenting the certificates. © Hochschulkommunikation | Hochschule RheinMain

© Hochschulkommunikation | Hochschule RheinMain

Fifteen students of the Faculty of Wiesbaden Business School have been awarded one of the coveted scholarships from the foundation Richard-Müller-Stiftung to study abroad. They will soon start their stays at universities from Vancouver Island in Canada to Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. Five additional students from Chile, the Dominican Republic and South Korea have come to RheinMain University of Applied Sciences (HSRM) from their home countries and have also been awarded a scholarship.

Julia, a master’s student in Sales & Marketing Management is going to Wroclaw, Poland, for a semester and says: “The university and the modules in Wroclaw really appealed to me and my family is originally from Poland. At the end, the whole package convinced me.” Valencia in Spain is Jan-Hendrik’s destination. The Health Care Economics student “really likes Spanish culture.” He would like to improve his Spanish and study mainly business administration modules at the partner university.

“You are all brand ambassadors for the Wiesbaden Business School. My warmest congratulations to you and try to bring back lasting impressions,” said Professor Till Dannewald, dean of the faculty, in his welcoming address to the scholarship holders. Professor Rainer Wedde added that the award ceremony is “always the highlight of the Richard-Müller-Stiftung”.

About the foundation Richard-Müller-Stiftung

The purpose of the foundation is to provide students of the Wiesbaden Business School with the opportunity of business-oriented education while focusing on promoting study visits abroad. These were particularly important to founder Richard Müller: The Wiesbaden entrepreneur, who died in 1980, established the foundation in his will. The board is made up of representatives from the business community and RheinMain University of Applied Sciences.